Friday, March 14, 2008


I have nothing much to say this week. Honestly, I've been a little down. Sometimes it begins to look like the things you wish would change about your life will never change and there's nothing you can do about it. These things being debt, the fact that I never exercise and therefore have little/no energy, my messy house, etc.

That said, I have bullet points that are fun:

  • I'm reading about five new books, which include Convenant Marriage (we're reading this together), C.S. Lewis' The Seeing Eye, John Bevere's Honor's Reward, Better Than Beauty (from the discount shelves at B&N), Glenn Packiam's Butterfly in Brazil, and still working on Fight Like a Girl and QBQ.
  • Recording tonight. Yay!
  • It just quit snowing after dumping about 4 inches of heavy, wet spring snow on us this morning
  • Audrey sings Veggie Tales, ABC's, Twinkle Twinkle, Calliou, and probably other songs I can't think of. Hilariously. Recognizably! Plus several worship songs.
  • My little Hannah will be three next month. How did this happen?]
  • Hannah got some gluten yesterday and although it's obvious that her stomach hurts, she seems emotionally okay so far. Thanks for the prayers, guys.
  • I have a whole week off from teaching, between School of Worship being done with the module, and other students out of town this week.
  • It's Friday. How did that happen?
  • Josh gave me a new song to put on repeat. This song alone may change my mood.

That's all I can think of at the moment.


  1. We have been praying for Hannah. :)

  2. I'm sorry you feel low. These are things I struggle with aswell. Just remember this too shall pass, you WILL be out of debt one day, and chasing toddlers around is more excersize than most get (even though I know what you mean.) And one day you will miss the scattered toys and endless piles of tiny laundry. :) Oneday. I hope Hannah is feeling better.

  3. Hannah started feeling better yesterday, and this morning she ate enough breakfast for three of her. :) The first two days are tough, the third is better and then fourth it's all over. All because of one bite of cracker. Incredible.