I Pray For My Safety And Sanity

This is week fifty-nine of Three Line Tales, and here is the photo and my response. If you’d like to join in, just click the link! πŸ˜‰

photo by Brian Gaid via Unsplash

I have never flown in a plane before, it’s plain to see – I’d rather be on dry land; I pray for my safety and sanity.

I envision Him protecting me under His wings – and I am grateful for the peace and comfort He brings.

I look out the window to see a three-leaf clover that reminds me of the Trinity – what a sign of His love that He never left me to my fears, but stayed with me!

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8 thoughts on “I Pray For My Safety And Sanity

  1. Sounds like me on a plane…I don’t like flying too much either. But I sit on the isle so I don’t see the wings and things. You wrote some very good things in your “three-lines!” Good job, Grace…

    Steve

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    • Aww, haha. πŸ™‚

      I don’t know yet if I dislike flying; I haven’t flown on a plane yet – but I imagine since I have trouble getting on a ladder, I would not like being thousands of feet off the ground. XD

      Ah, get as far away from windows as possible; good strategy! πŸ™‚ I think part of me would want that so I wouldn’t be so terrified, but another part of me would want the window so I could get photos… πŸ˜‚ I’d be so conflicted.

      Thank you! πŸ™‚ β™₯

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      • Oh Grace, you are “something else!” I’ll bet you’d love to take the photos so sit next to the window. However, much of many flights are way up in nothing more than clouds.

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        • Aww, thanks. πŸ™‚ β™₯ Yeah, I can see it now – I’d multitask: sit next to the window and get great shots and panic while I do it! XD

          That’s a shame. 😜 Haha, yeah, I understand that; it’s not as pretty being inside a cloud as it is seeing a cloud from the ground. Same principle as being surrounded by fog, I guess?

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