Most everyone who knew Mom, knows she loved Mustangs, cars – not horses. Although, she kept her license current, Mom never drove. But if she had drove, it would have been a mustang. As a matter of fact, Daddy did get her a mustang (or was it more than one) which ended up getting passed to my siblings. Anyway at the hotel we stayed at in Hendersonville, we walked in and there was a car parked in the lobby. Yes, a car parked in the lobby. That’s right, it was a mustang.
At first on the day we arrived, I didn’t pay much attention to it. But the next day, when it was time to leave for the recording studio (and when I began to really miss her knowing she would have loved being there), I took notice. I’m pretty sure I even said out loud, “is that really a mustang?” A bright red mustang at that!
Ok, ok. I’m not a strong believer in things like this. But I do believe the Lord cares for His children and touches them in ways that are special just to them. (Psalm 35: 27)
And if that takes a red mustang parked in a hotel lobby, well…thats what has to be done!!!
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“Sweet encouragement” my two words to describe this CD. God is so wonderful! So glad you “got it done” LOL. Praying God’s richest blessings upon you my sister in Christ!
Thank you for taking the time to comment on the website. The encouragement means so much coming from you – a gifted singer.
With love — Lisa
I couldn’t refrain from commenting. Exceptionally well written!
Thank you very much for the kind words.
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