I’m back!!!! (take 2)

In other words:

After all my crying today…look who returns!!! 😀 😀 What a day it has been! Not a very good day to say the least. Thanks to my mom for driving me to work and keeping me talking, all to lose it completely in cash office (and many other times during the day). As I sat there I thought of a song I knew growing up. It was a Psalty the Singing Songbook song. It is called, “Cares Chorus:”

I cast all my cares upon you

I lay all of my burdens

Down at your feet

And any time, I don’t know

What to do–I will cast all my cares upon you

I tried to remember that during the day but had a hard time focusing. It was the unknown; it was something I could not control and I was restless. I needed peace. St. Augustine wrote in his book, Confessions, “You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you.”

God sure works in amazing ways. For me tonight…it was bringing Muffy home. I am so thankful!! Thank you for praying!  More on Colorado in the next few days! 🙂

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3 responses to “I’m back!!!! (take 2)

  1. A.B.

    We had the VHS tapes of Psalty. I love that song.

    • mel

      We did too! We had a few VHS tapes and cassettes. My favorites were the camping one and the Salvation Celebration. Funny how you can remember things like that, which is why I think singing the songs at street church is important…because the kids will remember them when they get older! Growing up we had Psalty, McGee and Me and Adventures in Odyssey…entertainment at best!!

    • mel

      I also loved this song!!!!

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