72 Hours

Seventy-two hours.

72 HOURS!

Copper is working seventy-two hours this week.

He’s working six twelve hour shifts in a row, Monday through Saturday. We are thankful for the overtime, which has been rare since the first of the year. I am thankful, and constantly in prayer, for my hard-working husband. He takes the responsibility of providing for his family very seriously.

My days are brim full as I try to offer a hand by tending to things he’d normally take care of on his days off.

I hope to meet you back here on a more regular basis next week.

Until then……..

God bless you as you look well to the ways of your household!
Proverbs 31:27 

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6 comments to 72 Hours

  • Praise the LORD for hard-working husbands!  We are truly blessed women, Cheryl. 

  • How encouraging it must be for him to know his home and needs will be seen to by such a supportive and thankful family.  I’m sure that you and your children will make sure that he worries about nothing but getting though the next 6 days at work (and enjoy doing it for him).  I imagine a welcoming home, full of all his favorite comforts giving him strength to face each loonnnggg workday.  And isn’t that what makes a happy family after all?  People who help each other as best they can not only because it’s the right thing to do, but because they really enjoy pleasing their loved ones and know their loved ones feel the same about them.  Even among Christian families, this is not always the case. 

    It’s a good thing God provided those hours in the first place so He can be ready for all the thankfulness that will be coming from each member of the “Copper” family this week!!

    You’ll all be in my prayers.

    Marly

  • I so look forward to hearing from you more often.  May this week be blessed.  

  • @buana – Thanks! God bless you as you look well to the ways of your household.

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