Dare to Believe
I woke up at 12:10 PM today.
I feel sick in my stomach. I also feel bad because I have run out of my arthritis medication, and have not had the money to get a refill. What money I've had, I've been keeping up with my bills with and making sure I had money for emergencies - like the tire I had to buy the other day.
But, today, I may go ahead and try to get the prescription re-filled, before I go do taxes.
I plan to go to Dallas tonight to work. Texarkana is too congested with drivers as of late. There are only around 65,000-80,000 people here, including the surrounding areas, and there are, at times 12 drivers on line. And that is just a fraction of those who actually drive during the day. That is way too many to support the demand of the population. There should be at least one driver for every 10,000 people, because only 2 % of the people will use the Uber app, and only 2% of those will actually need it today.
Dallas, on the other hand, is congested with people who depend on Uber for their transportation and never has enough drivers, due to the population congestion. And, if Uber is slow, NONE of the other apps are. I should at least be able to do Door Dash and stay busy.
Staying busy is the key to making money on the apps. If I am not moving, I am not making money, and yesterday I sat there for 2 hours with all the apps on and NO pings.
It will be worth the 2 1/2 hour drive to make enough to pay my bills at least.
But, today, I have to do my taxes first.
Yesterday, I went to talk to the apartment manager about the evacuation notice I received. I was told to ignore the paper, that it was just a formality, and that they were not going to evict me as long as I paid something by the end of the month like I told them I would. And, even if I couldn't come up with ALL of it, she would still work with me, because I have kept in touch and let them know what was going on.
I just want to get caught up.
Hopefully, Dallas will be my key to that.
Lord, You take care of me in all the ways I need, just when I need it most.
Thank You for answering my prayers yesterday. Thank You for always answering my prayers, even when the answer is "no".
I ask that You help me keep my baby-dogs safe and healthy.
I ask that You stay with me, and keep me healthy and keep me safe as I travel to work each day, and that my car stays in good condition.
I ask that You be with my children and those on my list who need your healing, in every way, in their lives. And for those who need good news, I pray they get theirs!
Let today be profitable and promising, both for YOU and for me.
In Jesus's Holy Name, I pray, AMEN!
“But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.”