I really don't have much to say, but it has been about two weeks since I posted anything, so I figured I needed to write something. I have been in a writing slump lately and just don't seem to want to take time to sit down and think about what I am writing.
When I got back on blogger I discovered that they have changed the format some and I can't find the spellcheck, so if anything is misspelled, please over look it because I am a bit lazy today and decided to just type without dwelling on it to much.
Not a lot going on in my world this past week. Just the usual routines of house work, cooking, kids, homeschooling...
Lauren has been gone for several days. She went down to Charleston, SC to nanny for our pastor and his wife while they were at a retreat. Their youngest child is four and she didn't want to stay behind, so instead of Lauren staying with all three of the kids, they left the older two with someone else and took Lauren along with them. She had a great time...enjoyed the resort and having a villa to herself. It was almost like living on her own again for a few days.
It was Andrew's weekend to work, so Megan, Noah and I went shopping Saturday. Noah wanted to go to the mall so he could ride the carousel. So as much as I despise going to the mall, especially on a Saturday, I relented and we fought the crowds at the local mall.
They both ended up getting a few things while we were there, so I suppose the trip wasn't a total waste of time.
Sunday AM we had a good service. We are in a four-part teaching series about "Starving for Love." The first week was geared toward the family, the second was about spouse to spouse relationships, this week was about our relationship with the community. They have all been very good.
Life is a great big canvas, and you should throw all the paint on it you can.
Life is the sum of all your choices.
Life is like a ten-speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.