I’m over at A Deeper Story today reflecting on Jesus asleep during the storm and my favorite quote from Louisa May Alcott
I knew we were due for a storm. New Orleans is notoriously known as the city in a fishbowl. I did not, however, expect the storm to come just months after we moved into the neighborhood, newly married, with a toddler, and a baby on the way. I had hoped maybe we’d have at least a few more years of blissful ignorance before the big one hit.
A Category Five Hurricane barreling down on us and I didn’t know any other way to navigate the storm but to fret.
I rushed around our little apartment, worrying, tossing every valuable item into duffel bags, repeatedly checking our bank account, waiting for my husband’s living stipend to post.
I was an anxious presence fleeing from the storm.