There were many errands to be done. I didn’t quite know how I would get them all done in such a short space of time. Then, one thing went away. Another thing, my husband took over because he was going to be there anyway.
Suddenly I was all dressed for public viewing and nowhere to be seen. A breathed a deep sigh and realized my phone’s screen was glowing. A call had come in, no sound, a glitch of some kind, but I had missed a call. Checking Voicemail, I heard the voice of a Dearheart needing a ride to the pharmacy.
No big deal. Dressed and with the car ready, I called her back and made plans for us to leave in a few minutes on our journey.
The morning’s news was full of things I could do nothing about. But the one thing I could do meant a whole lot to my friend. It could solve some problems, minor problems blessedly, but problems nonetheless.
I am so grateful to be able to do something.