Can you believe it? It's Friday again, and we are mid-way into the fourth quarter of 2015. (Since bookkeeping is one of the hats I wear, I think in quarters.)
Every time I begin to write up a FFF post, I first think, "what happened this week?" My first thought is usually ..."nothing." But then I go back over the week, day by day, and it is surprising what you can glean.
1. For instance, last Saturday was a busy day, but Jim and I made time to go out to eat and make a road trip lasting about 3 hours. We meandered through some country roads in Missouri and found these:
|Those stained glass windows match the sky!|
Next, we saw this beautiful church on the hill against a spectacular blue sky:
We found an old bridge. You can't see the writing on the sign, but it says it was built in 1879.
|The bridge spans this lovely scene|
3. This week was a good week of visiting with my girls and the grands. Malia came over Saturday night and we had a good visit. During weeknight dinners with Elissa and Janae the twins were both their goofy and charming selves:
4. Spiritually, it was a great week for me as well. I am getting so much out of Max Lucado's "Glory Days!" Also, I've been deep in Philippians 3 and in the book of Joshua. Scripture just speaks to me.
5. Quote of the week:
"This is your destiny. This is you at your best. When yo stand at the intersection of your skill and God's call, you are standing at the corner of Promised Land Avenue and Glory Days Boulevard. This is Canann." (pg. 142, Glory Days - Max Lucado)
You. Need. To. Read. This. Book.
And so another week on the Journey ends. How did YOUR week go? Leave a comment (which are so precious to me) or consider linking up at Susanne's place, Living to Tell the Story.