(The car phone or phone car?)
A few years ago I heard those words. They were spoken by a lady near 50 years of age. She was teaching Bible in a Four Square Church. Those words stuck with me like glue. I have learned to keep watching and no matter how good or how bad things are, they are subject to change. It wasn’t much more than a year or so later, Sherry saw the lady’s name in the obituaries. Again I repeated the words out loud, ‘Things are Subject to Change’.
(I have no idea)
As I get older the more I realize the statement has always been true, and always will be. In this life a human can over night win a lottery or get a death sentence from a Doctor concerning a hidden disease.
(I do know it’s a Volkswagen)
We have only two sons. I have said a hundred times, “What would we have done if we had 5 or 10, no way would I have lived this long.” In the last thirty years things have changed drastically. Divorce rates have climbed so that if your life is not touched by divorce you are in a VERY small majority. Drugs and alcohol have destroyed good men and women. Our lives (like many parents) have been a roller coaster great highs! But then lows that I could NEVER have imagined in a hundred years.
(A Wooden Pick-up)
You may have read how much I admire and appreciate the words and meaning in the Serenity Prayer.
Lord grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
(Stealth car? Cops will not see you speeding??)
There are days I can LIVE that prayer, and then days I FORGET and try to change the things I cannot change. Which becomes a frustration and an exercise in futility. Then at the height of frustration and tears, a still small voice says, ‘you cannot do MY job’.
(No idea, but you could drive it to your next reunion!)
Things are subject to change. Yep, Things are subject to change.
(I don’t know, but it looks mean!)
Thanks for coming this way.
Cars pictures, sent to me by my Great grandma-in-law from Utah, Joan.
(Should be named reflection!)
Your tongue is the only muscle in your body that is attached at only one end (And you thought you knew it all!).