Even though it’s Saturday, I figured I’d go ahead and jump in with Jen and her crew for the
Clearly the world didn’t end. My son says they found another Mayan calendar dating to 3025. I haven’t had time to research his claim, but clearly THAT explains it…or the whole Matthew 24:36 “But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father. “ Yes, apparently even the Mayans didn’t know…
I FINALLY watched Minor Revisions this week. Episode 1 AND 2. All in the same night. The best part was that Hubby watched, also. He NEVER watches TV. Ever. Thinks TV and Technology are the downfall of society. Books are the best. And yet….he watched.
Our youngest had yet ANOTHER round of strep this week. Guess we’ll be paying a visit to the ENT this coming year. Joy.
Our youngest son clearly jealous of his sickly sister, decided to pull a “complications from the flu 2 weeks ago” stint and develop an ear & sinus infection with diminished lung sounds the next day. Translation: not contagious, on antibiotics and an inhaler=much better. Adding to the stress of finals week.
Mama’s spidey senses peaked on our son’s health the same night we were to go to our church’s reconciliation services. Hubby took the rest of the gang whilst son and I trekked to the Pediatric After hours. Translation: He and I will make a visit to reconciliation this afternoon.
I am reaching my annual “officially OVER food” quota that generally accompanies December and the glut of goods brought into the office, luncheons and my desire to bake and share. Perhaps Santa will bring me some willpower for Christmas. Although Hubby did promise to “help me out” after Christmas…y ‘all pray for me and our marriage on that one, K?
On that last note, I am lacing up the kicks for a quick walk since we aren’t covered with snow in our area!! And then off to Publix for our supplies for our (8th?) annual “Happy Birthday, Jesus!” luncheon with my grandparents! More food. And quality time. So that surely balances, no? Blessings!
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