During breakfast, my husband announces: “The tire man really helped me rejoice today!”
I know that some flair is coming.
“What do you mean?”
“Well, when I dropped off the car at the tire shop, I told the man how thankful I was that this flat tire happened in a parking lot and not out on the road in traffic. I could change it safely in that lot and not on the side of the road. But then guess what he asked me?”
“‘Was it raining?’ And I said, ‘No it wasn’t! It was the only hour all week that it wasn’t raining!’ I was so thankful when I remembered that.”
My husband remarks that the tire man simply asked the right question to help my husband rejoice in the midst of something inconvenient.
Living with flair means I ask the right questions to realize all the ways God is indeed protecting and providing even in the midst of trouble.
Journal: Was there a time in my life that God protected and provided for me even during trouble?