Maybe you recall my mentioning I had a bread post coming up...that's ok if you don't. But, I figured while I was on the computer that had the pics and since I could squeeze time in between rehearsal and the other items on the list today I would post them NOW. :D
Greetings and salutations! A blessed morning to you all!
I have a large amount of things to do before the next 7 days is over, but I wanted to drop in and leave a post.
Monday was the quarter century mark for me. Tis rather interesting to contemplate you're already half way to 50. *gulp* Remember folks, this life is only the test for the next. That helps keep my mind in perspective anyway. And, I stop worrying about becoming 'old.' Haha. :D
Only 10 candles...does this mean I'm really only 10 years old? :D
The next two days after Monday we spent getting wood moved out of a barn and moved fire wood, nearly non stop (eating and sleeping breaks allowed.) Pretty dirty work...
Me, looking preeeety stiff and dirty.
So Thursday my new lens arrived from Alaska.
It's been quite fun to work with. (More pics here.) A little frustrating not to know how to manipulate the tripod better! I need to work on that. Working on such a small scale every little bit of wind or movement causes blur. Looking forward to working more with the lens though and sharpening my skills.
So, that brings us to Friday...which is today. Laundry, packing, cleaning, fixing, calling - those type of things are on my list today. Hope you all have a great weekened and I'll try to check back in with a farewell and some more pictures before the tour starts up. Looking forward to getting back on the road seeing some of you all again!
Since ancient times no one has heard, no ear has perceived, no eye has seen any God besides you, who acts on behalf of those who wait for him. Isaiah 64:4 NIV
Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-8 NIV
I've been thinking about grumbling and complaining lately and what the Bible has to say about it. Part of family devotions in the morning includes a chapter in the Old Testament. God's people sure did a fair amount of grumbling and God certainly didn't like it and punished them for it. Why do we suppose God would like it anymore now?