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Hi Everyone,

Let me first of all assure you that Belinda is okay this time. No emergency surgery or anything like that. It's just that Bond Head, where Belinda lives and writes from, is one of those places that lost its electrical power in the thunderstorm last evening. I just spoke to her. She asked me to let everyone know that all is well. She has a day off today and no doubt her regular "Monday" blog will be up as soon as that power goes back on.

I think it's kind of cool that we've been talking about "sabbath" at our cell group on Thursday nights and comparing it to having a snow day - when everything quiets down and all the activity ceases. Well, it's not a snow day, exactly, (about as far from it as you can get, weather-wise!) but the power is out - no television, no computer, no cooking. It must be summertime's substitute for that snow day.

Happy Sabbath, Belinda!

Susan.

Comments

Thank You Susan, I was worried.
Marilyn said…
Okaydokey. Glad to hear all is well!
Susan said…
I was worried too. That's why I called her. When Belinda misses a post entirely, SOMETHING has to be WRONG!

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