Not long ago my wife and I had the opportunity of visiting Disney World with our daughter, son-in-law, and their five children. It was a great experience even though the weather turned cool and we, as everyone else, were not prepared for the lower temperatures.
In May of 1967 I left my hometown on a bus headed to Memphis. My mom had driven me to the bus station and when we arrived there weren’t any close parking places. I asked mom to let me out because the bus was about to leave. I told her I loved her and would see her soon.
I recently read a story about a young lady and young man who had grown up together and were almost inseparable until they graduated from high school. The girl’s family was more affluent than the boy’s family and she enjoyed the amenities of life more than he was able to.
It wasn’t so long ago my classmates and I experienced the loss of one of our teachers. Understand that I have been out of high school over 50 years and this teacher was in her mid-nineties when she went home to be with the Lord.
Trust is described in Webster’s dictionary as: …a firm belief or confidence in the honesty, integrity, reliability, justice, etc. of another person or thing; faith, reliance. Do people view you in this manner?