Carpe diem

Carpe diem—seize the day, how does one seize the day? We could have as many answers as people reading this. While my daughter recovers from major surgery, I’m seizing the day with five of my grandchildren.

Scripture has much to say about how to make your days count. In my absence, I refer you to an earlier post. I will be investing precious time with my grandchildren while we treasure a little get-away. Click here to read “Count Your Days“.

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8 thoughts on “Carpe diem

  1. Thank you for sharing your valuable re-post Manette. May our Father God be close to you and your family at this time, that your daughter may recover well. May His blessings surround you all today, Amen. 🙏

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  2. Oh, enjoy your time invested well in those 5 grandkids. We have two of ours staying with us along with their dad for a couple weeks and life is wonderfully upside down for a while. May God bless your daughter’s surgery and bring her through the healing and recovery while you attend to the little ones. On days when it feels overwhelming, I sometimes recall the statement of a former Pastor, “It came…to pass.” Blessings friend.

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  3. Manette, prayers for your daughter as she recovers from her surgery. Mothers are such a precious gift to their daughters, and I’m glad you are able to be there to give your daughter peace of mind that her children are well cared for. May your days with your grandchildren be filled with many memory making moments.

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