As you can imagine, the sermon was about fathers today. Very sad the state of the family in America. So many homes without fathers at all. It wasn't the intent of our God or our forefathers, that's for sure, for America to be what it is today. I don't even want to go into all he said, because I don't want to depress my readers, but I do pray that the younger generation "sees the light", and they turn things back around.
John Hagee's daughter sang a surprise song for him that was really sweet. She was crying through most of it and could barely sing. I don't know how he didn't fall apart. He said he knew nothing about it. My Daddy died 14 years ago of lung cancer. I sure miss him. Wish I had a picture of him here, but I don't.
I spent a couple of days with Hollie last week before she flew to Alaska to be with John, my grandson. The first day she went to the airport was Friday, but her plane was delayed due to some kind of mechanical problems, and that made it impossible for her to make her next flight in Denver, so Hollie just came back home with her Mom.
The next day, she tried again. John was VERY upset at the airport -- not Hollie -- and I don't blame him, but I think Hollie did the right thing going back home. She finally arrived in John's arms at midnight last night. She called me earlier today, and she told me that it was as light at midnight there as it is at 8 AM here. John told me he has to remind himself to go to bed, because it never gets dark. Really strange.