Gracie’s forgiving heart
Sometimes I see things in Tunica County that stop me dead in my tracks. It no longer matters that I have an appointment and I am already running late. It no longer matters that I have a business to open promptly at 9 a.m. All that matters at that moment is trying to deal with the situation at hand. That is the way I felt the first time I saw Gracie and her little puppy. The sheer hopelessness of their situation took me to my knees. I truly pray that my heart never hardens to the point where I am not moved by another’s suffering.
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