Outside my window...glorious cooler weather! Right now, it is 70° and the high is only supposed to get to 80°. I love days like these.
I am thinking...about buying a photo printer. Did you know that if your photographs look professional in any way even if they are not watermarked or copyrighted, places like Wal-Mart and Walgreens want a release form on file? Some of my daughter's pics of the twins, that she took herself, have looked so professional that a release form was required. I feel the problem is only going to get worse with all of us getting digital cameras and learning to use them better. Of course, I understand if a photo is copyrighted.
With all that being said, does anyone know a photo printer they could recommend?
I am thankful... for the new technology, however. It makes a grandmother living far away from her family feel much more a part of their lives.
In the kitchen... bbq country-style ribs
I am wearing... white capris and a green paisley tunic
I am creating... photo collages and bible studies on 1 Peter.
I am reading..."A Table by the Window," by Hillary Manton Lodge.
I am looking forward to...our next road trip. It didn't work out for us to go visit our cousin's thrift shop, The Turquoise Door, located a couple hours away, last week. Hopefully, we can go in a couple weeks.
A favorite quote for today...
Not returning evil for evil or reviling for reviling, but on the contrary blessing, knowing that you were called to this, that you may inherit a blessing. 1 Peter 3:9
As a Christian, we have been called to be a blessing. Each day, my prayer is for Him to show me what He wants me to do to bless.
One of my favorite things... long visits with my kids. This past weekend, we got to have a long lunch with our youngest daughter. Love times like those!
A few plans for the rest of the week: leading bible study on Wednesday, worship team practice Saturday, and hopefully, a couple decorating projects around the house. More on that later.
A peek into my day...
|Is she thinking, "I miss Mimi?"|
The daybook is a concept created by Peggy Hostetler. You can link up at her site, The Simple Woman's Daybook.