Casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you. –1 Peter 5:7
It was such a pleasant surprise to find a card from my little “sister” Brittany in my mailbox when I returned from work today.
Sometimes all you can do…is bow your head and pray.
Brittany wrote that she thought about me when she saw and purchased this card almost four months ago. Sending it was delayed, but it arrived right on time–just when I need prayer and a good chuckle.
Brittany could have sent her loving message via text message, but I ❤ that she wrote it in a cute card and sent it via snail mail. I can tuck it in my planner or a journal and read it again and again.
Someone you know needs to know that you’re thinking about them, so grab a card and write a note. A couple of sentences go a long way to lift someone’s spirits.
Thanks for the prayers and the love, Brit!
Note about the card: The card comes from “Maggie Mae’s Scrapbook.” The back of the card gives a little history about the company: For many years, Maggie Mae Sharp has kept her favorite memories of family and friends in a scrapbook, combining nostalgic charm of antique photography with the wit and wisdom of treasured family jokes, quotes, scriptures, and common sense adages. Today, she brings some of her favorite combinations of pictures and words in greeting card form. Maggie Mae says, “I hope you will enjoy sharing some of my scrapbook memories with the special people God has placed inyour life.”
9 thoughts on “Sometimes All You Can Do…”
Great image and wonderful message you are in my heart. And I’m still praying
Thanks, Christine, for holding me in your heart and for your prayers. Hugs, friend…
I love that card, and glad that it arrived right when you needed it.
It is a pretty cute card. I wonder what that little one was going through at the time. Haha! Thanks for dropping in…
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Maybe, why is Mom making me pose like this 🙂 haha
Sending/receiving snail mail has become such a lost gift. It never fails to bring a smile to my face when I find REAL mail among the bills and junk mail. I’m glad this postcard was such perfect timing for you!
Yes–and it’s so easy to “make someone’s day.” Finding a short note or a cute postcard from a friend or family member can light up a day.
Yaay! So glad you liked it. Praying for you and your family. Love you lots!!
What a lovely one! I am sure she knew how to warm your heart. Thank you for sharing. 🙂