Remember I didn't know her that long, less then a week to be exact. Met her Monday, had a few of the DH sisters sing for her thursday and was suppose to go over there tonight. And things had changed in a blink of an eye, causing us to reschedule. On our way back from Alpine I didn't know anything & was thinking "Kay pace yourself don't let Satan win."
And then when I caught word about Susie passing. A simliar thought crossed my mind "Kay pace yourself don't overextend." In other words don't be overbaring.. Which is a battle that's been a constant annoyance.. Anyway Satan keeps manifesting himself to me more and more everyday. As I do what it takes to keep on the Lord's side and help all in whom I love to stay with him. I'm grateful for people like Susie that I will always rely on for spiritual strength. More motivated to lengthen my stride in God's service like it's my last second on earth. There is no time to be a mediocre saint. Time isn't on our side and living as if we're on a timeless probationary state is foolish. A little sadden but still standing.