Over the last few days, the news coming out of Haiti has been just overwhelming. My prayers are with anyone who is affected by this disaster.
If you are at all in a position to send aid of any amount I encourage you to do so to the extent you are able. A charity that has a history of work in Haiti is Food for the Poor. You can visit their site here for information on how you can help.
Also, most of the major news networks have vetted charity listings on their websites. Even if you are not in a position to help financially, please spare a few minutes to pray for the people who are suffering.
Also, if you could spare a few extra prayers for my brother who has been battling a serious illness and is facing surgery out of state on Monday, it would mean a lot to my family and I. Thank you.
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Sometimes the best treasures are ones that you come across unexpectedly. This is a cute poem I found in a 1907 Aldine Second Reader which had been cut out by a Clifford, years old 8, from a newspaper or magazine:
The WeatherWhen the weather is wet
We must not fret;
When the weather is cold
We must not scold;
When the weather is warm
We must not storm;
But Be thankful together
Whatever the weather.