Idiom: Lord willing and the creek don't rise
What does 'Lord willing and the creek don't rise' mean?
Pertains to the ability to accomplish a task or meet an obligation, barring unforseen complications. Example: "I will be at work tomorrow, Lord willing and the creek don't rise."
- Category: Religion
- Contributed By: Deborah Kell
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