A Surprise Saturday Blessing

Yesterday I shared about my Not So Exciting Weekend Routine about how I stay home most of Saturday because of medication on Friday. My typical Saturday diet is anything easy because I don’t have the energy to do much.

Yesterday early in the evening I had a message from one of my Yazidi friends letting me know he was going to bring me some kebab. It was a huge blessing on a Saturday for me.

So your friendly fellow blogger who is a terrible cook, did not need to worry about cooking on his down day. His wife is in my morning class. I joke with him about how he and his wife need to eat kebab for their health and jokingly say Dr. Matt. When my friend brought me the kebab, he said, “Dr. Matt.”

It is not just me teaching English in my class. It is about the relationships we have with each other. I am so proud of his wife for how far she has come and also how she is now helping other students.

My Yazidi friends in Lincoln are so welcoming and appreciative. I love spending time with them and hope this whole COVID thing dies down, so I can starting visiting them again.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

16 thoughts on “A Surprise Saturday Blessing

    1. It is a two meal deal. One last night and one will be this afternoon thanks to my good friend the microwave. I am okay but another nap may be in order today. Have a blessed Sunday David.

      1. I’m hesitant to toot my own horn, but your post about helping the young Afghan student inspired a post of my own. I linked back to yours and published it yesterday. Please check it out, brother!

      1. Thank you for asking. I am doing well, but feeling a bit tired from the busy days we had in church and the work in school. But, it will go off as soon as I could take a good sleep. ๐Ÿ˜… I hope you are doing well too. God bless you.

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