I simply can not believe they let Sybil, such a main character die already. Now I am in suspense wondering what will happen to Tom? We all know that Lord Grantham simply loathes him but kept his distaste to a very low minimum for the sake of Sybil but now that she’s “no longer with us” will Lord Grantham’s true feelings come through? And I can’t even imagine what will happen when Tom tells the family that he will baptize and raise his daughter as a *gasp!* “Catholic”.. you simply do not do that in royal families in England.. And what of Mr Bates now? Will he get out of prison or will the prison guard and that sniveling criminal ruin it all for him? Free Bates! We should start an online campaign…So many juicy story lines.. And Maggie Smith, what can I say, I absolutely adore her.. Goodness, can you tell I am a Downton devotee?!
Not too much else has been happening here, I’ve been suffering with a severe migraine for the last two day which is why there are no posts. Tonight it’s a tad bit better..
Oh yes, do you remember me telling you I had to go report for jury duty this Monday and that I would like to serve but due to my disability I simply can not and that my current physician refused to write me a letter in reference as to why? Well I was praying asking Jesus to work this out for me because HE knows why I can not serve and I turned it over to him. I showed up at the court house at 845 am and the room started to fill with perspective jurors and I was still a bit worried I wouldn’t be excused. Well wouldn’t you know it, as I am sitting there who walks in who is also a perspective juror? The deacon from my church!!.. Now you tell me, does God not have amazing ways to answer your prayers? Of ALL the people that walked into that room our deacon comes in on the same day and sits next to me? Needless to say, the Lord answered my prayers and I was dismissed from serving.. We always have to remember, when we ask for something don’t wait around for a this gigantic sign the Lord has answered or heard us. Instead, look at the little things. Most times our Lord answers us in small miracles and unless we learn to look for them we will miss our answers..