Filed under: Devotion
The weather in my neck of the woods:
In the upper 80s with daily chance of thunderstorms.
One of my simple pleasures:
Laying in my own bed.
On my bedside table:
Piles and piles of books, school notes, alarm clock, cell phone and a bottle of water.
On my TV:
Littles are watching PBS Sprout. I have taped several episodes of Clean Sweep, 30 minute Meals, and The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
On the menu for tonight:
Beef noodle soup.
On my To Do List:
Laundry. Declutter my dresser and closet.
New Recipe I tried last week:
Ate a lime chicken and rice meal in Texas, wonderfully tangy.
HELP ME FIND A DELICIOUS BREAKFAST COOKIE RECIPE THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE PEANUT BUTTER OR RAISINS!
I only bought a little fabric, but several patterns while i was gone. I want to do a fall bear paw for my bed, maybe this year will be the year.
Parent-teacher conference and getting to sit down for a few minutes with them. Settling into fall schedule and routines again. Hubby coming home in one month!!!!!!
Homemaking Tip for this week:
Do not leave bread by the stove, it gets hard quick!
Favorite Blog Post of the week (mine or other):
eeeps, need to catch up, sorry
I can get very swept up in school supplies. I love the back to school aisles!
On my Prayer List:
Family – my husband and our marriage. His employment. My fathers health. The children and their teachers. My health and fears. Fair weather and no hurricanes.
Devotionals, Scripture Reading, Key Verses :
“And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:19).
I need this promise right now. Financial strain has hit many close family members and our church family as well. There are a few who have made their needs public, I can imagine the number who are still not ready to face that door. I am struggling through my days without my husband here physically, but in spirit and love I am surrounded by him and by our Father. And each visit to the cemetary brings a new layer of loss and pain I must face.
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