(Matthew 6:22 NIV)
I had a little scare this morning. My vision was impaired. I felt like darkness was closing in on me. I told my husband, and thought we might end up in urgent care before the morning was over. In a panic I called my sister, who is a nurse, and she suggested I eat something. In minutes, my vision was restored.
But in those moments, when I was losing my sight (that’s how it felt) I was quite terrified, and cried out to the Beloved to heal me. And He did. Apparently, darkening vision is a effect of low blood sugar. After breakfast, I decided to curl up on the couch, watching the snow softly fall, and asked my Beloved:
What kind of honeymoon is this? I thought we were going to go explore the town and write and have a grand adventure.
My expectations and reality don’t always merge the way I might like.
So here, the Beloved, once again encouraged me to be still. To spend the day at home with Him, just listening, watching and capturing moments. So after I regained my strength, I nested.
Here are some captured moments from my camera this morning. I think with the vision scare, I wanted to use my eyes.
These snapshots are my way of saying “Thank You” to Jesus for good eyes. Oh, how He loves you and me!