I know many have read a version of “Footprints in the Sand,” in which a walker looks back at his journey with God. The two sets of footprints are evidence that the walker did his best to spend his life walking beside God. When he looks back and sees only one set of footprints, the walker asks God when that happened. He did not remember leaving God’s side. God replied that the two were always together, but that was a tough time in the walker’s life. The single set of footprints were made when God was carrying the walker through the hard times. What struck me this morning as I…
After an eight-hour drive south on I-65 and zig-zagging through LA (lower Alabama), we arrived at the Sandestin resort. This place is in the same general area as our other beach stays, but this one is also beagle-friendly. We’re looking forward to enjoying a Super Beach Week, which we define as nine nights with non-stop views of the surf. I hope to do a lot of the main Rs: reading, writing and relaxing and also to follow closely the Rule of 15 (created by the marvelous Mary Corby): Never be more than 15 feet or 15 minutes away from food and drink. Cheers!