FOR TODAY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2011
Outside my window...cooler weather, yay!
I am thinking... of something Pastor brought up in his sermon Sunday night: "What is your first spiritual memory?" Mine was being in children's church singing the song, "Behold, Behold, I stand at the door and Knock, Knock, Knock," and all of us would turn around and knock on the metal folding chairs that were in the room. I was probably about 4 years old.
I am thankful...that my mom raised me in church. I don't know where I'd be today if she hadn't.
In the kitchen... meatloaf tonight.
I am wearing...my favorite gray dress pants and white jacket.
I am creating...a new look in my home.
I am going... to work and then back home - I love to be home!
I am wondering... if we will have a harsh winter since the summer has been so hot. I pray not!
I am reading..."The Search" by Suzanne Woods Fisher. I haven't gotten too far into it yet but I've read other books by her and enjoyed them.
I am hoping... to learn to eat low carb ... but it's tough, I really love carbs!
I am looking forward to...the delivery of my new living room furniture. It's been ordered forever ....
I am hearing... the hum of the a/c.
Around the house...things are shaping up!
I am pondering...Psalm 6.
One of my favorite things... game shows. I love them all, but especially Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy.
A few plans for the rest of the week: getting ready for a board meeting. We took a summer hiatus so it's a matter of getting back into the groove.
Here is a picture for thought I am sharing...
Bald Knob Cross - called "The Cross of Peace." It is an awesome sight, nestled at the top of a really steep hill. Jim and I took a little road trip Saturday to see how the cross looked (it's been in the process of restoration). No lights yet, but soon it will shine at night like a beacon!
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