We are on our way out to Sunday School and Church this morning, but wanted to share something real quick. On July 28th of 2000 my Granny passed away. I had been praying the Lord would give me two years to show my family that I had changed. I never would have dreamed He would have taken her that soon after the celebration of my two years sobriety. In my heart I feel she was taken away too early. BUT, while that part of me is based on emotions, I rest in the fact that I know the Lord’s timing is perfect and if it wasn’t her time, then He wouldn’t have let her go home to Him. She was a neat lady. It was shortly after 5 a.m. on the morning we got the phone call to get to the hospital; as I was driving across the three mile bridge to Baptist Gulf Breeze Hospital, the sun was rising on the horizon. The Lord instantly gave me Psalm 113:13, “From the rising of the sun to its setting, let the name of the Lord be praised.” I miss her daily; but nearly eight years later, that scripture still gives me comfort. A mentor of mine says, “I don’t have to understand, but I have to have faith.” She gets that from Proverbs 3: 5 & 6.