Do you ever pray, and then find your mind wandering to another subject? Like what the person you're praying for said to you the last time you were together. Or, when the two of you are going to see each other again. Or, how long it's been since you've prayed for Aunt Betty. Or, what's for dinner. I call it Prayer ADD, and hate to admit that I am afflicted with it much too often.But last week, it totally wasn't my fault! I had just gotten a text from my brother and was reading it as I walked to my van. The subject of his text was something about which I wanted to pray, so as I began driving I also began praying. The radio was on, and after probably less than a minute a song came on which is a prayer cue reminding me to pray for the family of a young girl who died earlier this year. So I began praying for them. And as I turned a corner, a little squirrel ran across my path. Now, squirrels are my prayer cue to pray for my daughter, so I immediately began praying for her. I confidently believe God prompts me to pray for people at just the right time, and I aim to respond obediently. So I prayed for my brother when that text came through. And I prayed for that family when their song began to play. And I prayed for my daughter when I saw the squirrel. And as I considered my prayer ADD and noticed how quickly God was leading me from one thing to another I chuckled and said to Him, God, You are not helping my ADD very much right now! And I sort of expected to see a yellow car at the next corner.