Thanksgiving A.S.A.P

Janell Butler Wojtowicz, born and raised on an Iowa farm, was one of those kids who loved to write the dreaded “What I did on summer vacation” essay. She wrote stories for her own enjoyment, including a short story about a teenage drug addict—something of which she knew absolutely nothing about. Her cousin, with a flair for detail, illustrated the cover using Halloween orange paper featuring a gruesome graphic hypodermic needle.

praying handsI admit this is not original (gasp!). I found it through a special networking group to which I belong. I have to share it, especially with Thanksgiving at hand.

Ever wonder about the abbreviation A.S.A.P.? Generally, we think of it in terms of even more hurry and stress in our lives. Maybe if we think of this abbreviation in a different manner we will begin to find a new way to deal with those rough days along the way

There’s work to do, deadlines to meet
You’ve got no time to spare
But as you hurry and scurry
A.S.A.P. – ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER

In the midst of family chaos
“Quality time ” is rare
Do your best; let God do the rest
A.S.A.P. – ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER

It may seem like your worries
Are more than you can bear
Slow down and take a breather
A.S.A.P. – ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER

pro-church-media-441073God knows how stressful life is
He wants to ease our cares
And He’ll respond to all your needs
A.S.A.P. – ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER