1. Sundays have now became a day when we eat out or get something to take home for a quick meal before our beloved tradition: the Sunday afternoon nap. This past Sunday, we went to Jim's favorite restaurant, Delmonico's, to partake of their fabulous buffet. It was very tasty!
2. I was gifted with MyMemories Suite, version 4, for creating digital scrapbooks, greeting cards and more. This week, I've created four album pages which I will be sharing soon, along with a giveaway opportunity where YOU can also win the software. Keep watching!
3. Posting daily: Today is my last day of posting with the Giving Thanks challenge. Along with my recent series in October, 31 Days of Encouragement, I have now posted for two solid months. Therefore, it has become second nature to write everyday. I want to keep the ball rolling, so in December, I'll be sharing a new series, Because Jesus Came. We'll be examining some scriptures that show what the advent has brought into our lives. I hope you can join me. If you haven't already, why not consider subscribing to my blog? My posts will come automatically to your email inbox each morning. You can subscribe in the top box on the right hand side of my blog home page. I don't want you to miss a thing!
4. I have had a wonderful time the last few days reading Susan May Warren's book, "You Don't Know Me." I could hardly put it down! I love it when a book engages me so thoroughly.
5. Quote of the week:
It is not that we do not believe the Lord wants the best for us. It is that we wonder how painful the best will be.
I had to share this quote in honor of CS Lewis' 114th birthday on November 28.
Bonus: I read Missy's post, "God thinks you rock the casbah" recently and I had to mention how uplifting I thought it was. I was really touched and smiled all day just thinking about it.
The internet ... it is a wonderful thing! Where else could I find out all the interesting things I come across?
Thus ends another week on the Journey. If you'd like to share your five highlights, link up at Susanne's blog, Living to Tell the Story.