July 13, 2014

Wow, July 13 already, and that means that half the month is almost gone... already. I can still see and almost feel this past Christmas and New Year. I guess time flies when you're having a busy life and enjoying things around you.

We took the girls to church this morning, thought Jason remained back at the house. He wasn't feeling up to being up anymore than he absolutely needed to be; so, it was okay by me that he stay down and rest. It looks like we might be making some headway on those two wounds again, finally, and being down is contributing to the healing. At church the service was out on the huge lawn, in front of the Library, right across the street, from the church. It was different and actually kind of fun. Many of the folks were saying that we should have done this long ago, and that they hoped it would be done again. There was a BBQ after the services were over, so the girls were more than happy to head back over and get a couple of hamburgers.

The rest of the day was spent with a couple of visitors coming by, from Serving Spoons. They provide a Sunday meal, once a month, and today was the day. It was great, we didn't have to worry about fixing lunch or dinner, though we still had to fix a lunch for Jason. I got a call from Sean, out youngest son, and it was good to get a chance to just relax and talk with him about what he was doing, and what some of his plans were. Neither of us was in a hurry, and it felt like a real discussion for a change that didn't have a time pressure on it.

Tonight Jason read the girls four books before they went to bed, and we could tell, from the sounds emanating from the room, that they were all having a great time. Linda and I always like it when the girls spend more time with Daddy, and they have lots of fun in the process. Tomorrow we will be getting up to get the girls to their swim lessons, and then, unless something else comes up, it will be basically heading back to the house, after Jackie is dropped off at the Child Development Center. I am thinking that I can get out for a bike ride, and I just might shoot for more than 20 miles. We have a call, late morning, on the development of the house drawings and I want to be home for that call.Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.

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  1. Go for that 20! You've got this!
    Isaiah is full of such comforting words! Praying right now!
    Isaiah 25:8-9 He will swallow up death in victory; and the Lord GOD will wipe away tears from off all faces; and the rebuke of his people shall he take away from off all the earth: for the LORD hath spoken it. And it shall be said in that day, Lo, this is our God; we have waited for him, and he will save us: this is the LORD; we have waited for him, we will be glad and rejoice in his salvation.

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