Beverly had her fund raiser last night for Wise County Christian Counseling, and it was a WONDERFUL night. I am so proud of her. She is carrying a double case load right now, but never complains. She wakes up nearly every morning saying, "I love my job." And as a result, the Lord is being faithful in blessing it. We feel incredibly blessed to have the kinds of friends we do. As I listened to different ones speak last night about Beverly, it gave me goosebumps. My son-in-law was there, and afterwards I said, "Isn't it great hearing people from the Decatur community talk about Beverly like that?" He said, "Yeah, it sounds like they really know her." How cool.
And just think: I'm married to her!
"24" took an unexpected twist last night. Beverly and I are still trying to figure out what happened! Sorry, can't tell you.
I heard a saying last week that I keep thinking about. It goes: "Every generation thinks it is smarter than the one that came before, but wiser than the one that follows."