Sunday, October 5, 2008

My Best Friend Jim.


I have been married for over 30 years to a truly wonderful man. We came from very different backgrounds and yet somehow we found each other. I was 16 and Jim was 20 when we met at his dad's church. I just happened to be visiting that sunday and saw him across the room and was instantly smitten. He came from a strong and loving Christian family, his dad is a pastor in the Evangelical Free Church. I grew up in a home where faith was not present, only an abundance of alcohol and anger. I found a job for the summer with the Youth Conservation Corps and was introduced to Christ in a new and very personal way. So when I went back home I decided to go to the church closest to my rural home and well....the rest is history. I really believe that God directs the steps of His children and have seen it many times over the years. We have had some difficult years and also many good ones. Jim has always been the best one of us and he is a very kind and generous man. As the years pass we become better friends and our commitment to each other and our family is rock solid. I thank God every day for my family and especially for Jim, whose love is steady and sure. And that is a rare thing in the world we live in.

1 comment:

forhimonly2 said...

I agree, Linda. Ron has become my best friend, as well. It is comforting to know that he supports me in all the crazy things I get us into.

You are a wonderful lady. I loved reading your blog. I have one too. forhimonly2@blogspot.com. But I am still learning and it really isn't as interesting as yours.

Hey, Let's do lunch again soon. Yeah? Linda W