I'm writing as I sit on a plane cruising thirty-five hundred feet above the earth. I'm traveling back and forth...and back. Three flights within forty-eight hours. This part of the trip takes me home. Just writing the word causes me to tear up. Home! I'll blame the tears on jet lag if someone asks. Even though I'm just now on the first leg of my journey. Even though I'm not changing time zones. Even though I'm not even tired. Okay, it's not jet lag. Good thing no o
Yesterday seemed like Saturday to me. I'm not sure why. But this morning I woke up thinking for an instant that it was Sunday. I love Sunday! Then, in that split second when that morning awareness thing happens I realize- no, it's only Saturday. Bummer!
I got up and made my coffee. Saturday. Work day. I'm gonna get more done today than I did yesterday. Yesterday I just wasn't feelin' it.
So, I emptied my ribbon closet and organized the ribbon. Yes, I have a ribb
I had plans for today. It wasn't so much what I wanted to do. Plans for stuff that I felt I had to do. Plans that included working hard and being outside in the freezing cold. Lots of lifting and carrying heavy stuff. Things that I didn't necessarily want to do, but as a responsible adult felt I had to do. Obligations. But God had other plans. Let me first tell you that I love the early mornings. Really early mornings, lol. It's a little embarrassing to say how early
Something amazing happened today! Something that will set this day apart from others for the rest of my life. :) Calvin Peter came out of his snug, safe little home to meet me. He's perfect in every way. No, really--he is. I examined him real good. He's perfect and precious and beautiful. Bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh. He is a miracle. And I love him with all of my heart. Calvin is the firstborn child of my firstborn child. And for this child we prayed. My