Come Sit a Spell

When I was a kid, our family made a monthly excursion from Ohio to West Virginia to visit my maternal grandparents. Every time we arrived at the door of their farmhouse, Grandma Lester would greet us with the words, “Come on in and sit a spell.” It was her way of telling us to make ourselves comfortable, stay a while, and share in some “catching-up” conversation. On the front porch of my grandmother’s house were several chairs—a warm invitation to all visitors to relax and talk – Dave Branon

Yacht Club 3 Piece Seating Group

Dear Lord, as I look around at those who share this life with me, help me to make time to spend with them—for encouragement, challenge, and perhaps just plain conversation. The best gift you can give to others may be your time.

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6 Responses to Come Sit a Spell

  1. Hamish says:

    Make time, to take the time, to be present. Words of wisdom. Thank you. ♥

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