Monday, August 18, 2008

Random Thoughts

Roger is working in Georgia this summer. He has about three or four weeks left. I'll be going one more time over Labor Day weekend. And we're going to visit the Savannah area. I'm looking forward to that. Roger was home this weekend, flew back to Georgia late last night.

Last week, Randy was on a backpack trip on the Corona Trail (along the Continental Divide, stretching from Mexico into Canada). They chose the section in northwest Colorado. They started last Tuesday, weren’t supposed to be home until last night. But they didn’t expect the cold front that came through Thursday night would be as cold, wet, and snowy as it was. :) I woke up about 1:30 Saturday morning when he came into the house and headed straight for a hot shower! LOL Since it didn’t get above 50° here on Friday and rained solid from Thursday night into Saturday evening, . . . Well, the mountains have snow on them this morning, the first time we've actually been able to see them since Thursday. Beautiful!! Our music pastor went along with them and was planning to come down Friday at Steamboat Springs where someone had parked his truck. So they all came down and squeezed into his truck for the long ride home.

Kathy called Saturday morning (afternoon for her), and we got all the arrangements made for our weekend trip to Scotland in October. The closer we get to October, the more excited both Roger and I are.

I have a very busy week planned (I know, some of you are saying, Does she know anything different? LOL). It would be nice if I didn't wake on Monday morning feeling totally overwhelmed. Could use lots of extra prayer this week. I seem to be missing Mom more than usual these last few days, too, which doesn't really help.

Teach me to order my days, Lord.

Daily Bible reading: Tuesday, August 19—Psalms 103–104; Galatians 4
Wednesday, August 20—Psalms 105–106; Galatians 5
Thursday, August 21—Psalms 107–109; Galatians 6
Friday, August 22—Psalms 110–112; 2 Corinthians 1
Saturday, August 23—Psalms 113–115; 2 Corinthians 2
Sunday, August 24—Psalms 116–118; 2 Corinthians 3
Monday, August 25—Psalms 119:1–88; 2 Corinthians 4

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