Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Print Away with me ...

There is a story to this.
Or rather there are two stories to this.
And I will share them both.

Story - 1
I am my mum were having lunch together.
She asked me to fetch pickle.
I was a little surprised because we usually do not include pickles in our diet.
Anyways, I go to the kitchen.
And what do I see!!!

The burner is switched on.
With all our cooking done, this was a little carelessness on our part.
And by God's grace, I reached the kitchen well in time ... before anything untoward happened or could have happened.

Story - 2
I had been making rounds of the District Office to get a certificate made and signed.
That day Mum went and got more than half of the work done.
We were supposed to make another round to their office in the evening to submit the form.

Come evening, we leave for the office.
While descending the stairs, Mum realized she had forgotten her mobile.
I go back to the house.
I pick up the mobile from her room and on an instinct her wallet too.
We were just supposed to submit the form, so we did not see any point in carrying money but sometimes instinct speaks louder than mind.
And in the office, they ask us to submit form and some cash money too.
Mere coincidence. May be, may be not.

But I was instantly reminded of the words I read on a Ma and Pa's Trunk.
Thank you for sharing this quote with us.

On my part, I have created a printable for this one.
For those who happen to like it, all they need to do is, right click on the image and save it.

Do you have a story that makes you Trust in the Lord???
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6 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality!!

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    1. Thank you for giving us a platform to share.

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  2. Those words are so true! Thanks so much for visiting my blog today. I look forward to your comments so much!

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    1. Same here, I cherish every time I get to hear from you too. :) Thanks for your visit too.

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  3. That's awesome! What a great story and great illustration to follow your instincts! And the printable is beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Catherine ... sometimes instincts work wonders.

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