When my spirit grows faint within me, it is you who know my way. Psalm 142:3 (NLT)

Snow in March in Memphis? It was a hard concept to accept being a California (now Arizona) gal. Some things in our lives just do not make sense at times. And for me, snow is one of them. We enjoyed several hours of watching three inches accumulate but in the back of my mind I kept thinking about the plane we had to catch the next day. We woke to bright sunshine and I gave a quick prayer of thanks as we headed off to Little Rock to catch the plane. Unfortunately, a normal two-hour trip by car took five (several big rigs had collided during the storm) and as we stood in front of the Southwest attendant with only four minutes to take-off, I nervously explained our situation. I knew from a call en route that this was the last flight out. Hardly believing my ears, she checked our bags, waved us on, and told us to hurry. They held the plane for us. Thank you, Lord! Our luggage did not make it but we did. By the time I crawled into bed that night, I ached all over. I realized that I had spent a very stress-filled day and my body was still in knots. But looking back over the day, I thanked God for His watch over us knowing that He had prepared our way.