We have been traveling to Athens and Atlanta to celebrate loved ones, we’ve been deeply involved at church and work, crazy computer problems, going on dates and trying to keep up with our friends. It’s been a full couple of weeks. I bring you a smiling self, because God is Great, and my relationship with Him has never been sweeter. Praise His name.
planning my vacation days for 2016! Working full-time means one has to be a little more strategic with travel and such.
hoping that Easter Sunday will dawn beautiful weather, to celebrate a beautiful risen King.
baking homemade bread…. soon. J’s parents got us a bread maker for Christmas that we still haven’t broken out. I’m slightly ashamed, because inside I can’t wait to try it out.
wearing lots of cardigans. Weather in south Georgia right now is cold in the morning and evenings and warm during the day. I have mixed emotions.
resolving to be a little more disciplined when it comes to media in my daily life. Do I need to check social media or watch a movie to fill an empty 30 minutes? Probs not.
enjoying the love of old, steadfast friends, and the adventure and fun in new ones.
discovering how much there is to be learned when I fast. For Lent, I fasted from one meal per weekday, and it has challenged me. But I’ve learned a great deal, so I’m thankful.
watching Once Upon A Time! It’s back and it is great. J isn’t a OUATimer like me, but he watches it. Do you?
writing (what will soon be a blog post I’m sure) about a conversation I recently had with a spunky 94 year old runner about life. Stay tuned.
feeling light but pensive — isn’t that an intriguing mix? I feel at peace, but also thoughtful, searching, and anticipatory.
learning the wonder, value, and power of this truth, “..to be fully known and truly loved is, well, a lot like being loved by God. It liberates us from pretense, humbles us out of our self-righteousness, and fortifies us for any difficulty life can throw at us.” Tim Keller