Pay Liquid a visit this month. She has gone pink for October, which is breast cancer awareness month. She also has a link there where you can educate yourself and contribute to the Susan G. Komen foundation.
We stayed at the in laws house last night. My MiL went to see her mother, who's in a nursing home in West Virginia. Kathy and I stayed with her dad, who is improving. On my way there, I stopped for gas in Medina. The price was $3.14 a gallon. What a difference two years makes. When the price first went up over $3 a gallon, we were outraged. But now that we've seen $4 a gallon gas, $3.14 is a great bargain. Seeing that I remember paying 28 cents a gallon in the early seventies, I think anything over $1.50 a gallon stinks.
I remember when gas went over 50 cents a gallon. Car sales went down, the auto industry was laying off, and the world as we knew it was coming to an end. Then people got used to it.
Later gas went to over $1.00 a gallon. Sales of cars went down, the auto industry starting laying off workers, and the world as we knew it was coming to an end.
This year the price of gas went to over $4.00 a gallon. Car sales have fallen, the auto industry is laying off... You get the picture.
Just remember this: God has things in control and He wants you to trust Him.
Cliff Note: I am praying for my friends in the southern states that your gas shortage soon ends.