Sometimes Things Go Haywire

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Happy Wednesday before Christmas! It’s a day for me to be embarrassed by that half-baked blog post that went out by email this morning. The reason it looked half-baked is because it was. It wasn’t supposed to go out at all. It was a draft I began working on yesterday and then finally had to abandon after my blog site started having one problem after another.

I did what our tech guys always tell me to do. I rebooted my computer. It still had issues. I rebooted again. Issues again. Then, to top it all off, I accidentally left my rough draft on my blog site with today’s date on it which meant my readers got a half-baked blog post this morning. One of my current problems is that my site refuses to let me put in any pictures–not so great when you write a post about pictures of ornaments and there are no pictures of ornaments! Oh, me.

Well, team members who know more about the tech side of things than I do are working to fix the problems. Meanwhile, here are a few of God’s words of encouragement, if things in your world are going haywire today.

Even if the fig tree does not blossom,
And there is no fruit on the vines,
If the yield of the olive fails,
And the fields produce no food,
Even if the flock disappears from the fold,
And there are no cattle in the stalls,
Yet I will triumph in the Lord,
I will rejoice in the God of my salvation.
The Lord God is my strength,
And He has made my feet like deer’s feet,
And has me walk on my high places.
Habakkuk 3:17-19

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One comment

  1. Lol. We love all the effort you go to to encourage us!!
    I thought it was odd there was no picture since you are famous for finding the best, most amazing pictures to illustrate your posts and your history books. I started digging around trying to find the picture that I was sure must be there. Mostly because I was hoping there would be a picture of your yarn gnome. ????
    Praising the Lord together as we celebrate Immanuel.

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