Appointment-making and itinerancy

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I had a similar humorous experience....In the midst of a lengthy illness, friends brought by a lovely Asian meal to share. I was too sick at the time to even converse, so they sweetly left the food for me to enjoy when I could, and left. Later, when I was able to take the food, at the end there was quite a surprise...my fortune cookie was EMPTY! I immediately burst into laughter! My thought, as it might pertain to appointment-making (and receiving) is that sometimes the fortune cookie might be empty, but wait.....laugh if you can and move on, God is in charge, not the cookie makers.

Doris Hoffman, St. John's UMC Aiken more than 3 years ago

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