My Forgettable Friday

It’s Friday night and it’s getting late.  I wanted to blog earlier today, but, after co-op this morning, we worked on putting up the fence and plant supports in our garden.  Karl did most of the work.  I was just there to hold things, retrieve the wrong tools for him, and tell him how I thought it needed to be done.

After that bit of outside work, I cleaned myself up and sat down with a book for a few minutes.  I just wanted to cool off, but I guess I needed a nap because I fell asleep.  It was the kind of nap that when you come out of it you didn’t realize you had been sleeping, but it felt so good sleep you wish you could go back to sleep.  I had probably only been out for about 15 minutes.  It was an awesome 15 minutes, though.

My boys came inside and we played a game — Lord of the Rings Trivial Pursuit.  We always enjoy that game.

Abbey awoke from her nap with a fever, which sent me to the grocery store to fetch some children’s fever reducer.  I didn’t see any books or magazines I wanted to read; resisted the buy-one-get-one sale on snack-size bags of  Twix; stocked up on Cheez-Its, animal crackers, raisins, and craisins.  I wish I had that bag of Twix now, though.

I don’t really have anything to say.   I just want that LOST post to move down the page.  The only way to make that happen is to publish a new post.

I’ve been up since about 5:30 this morning.  I know I read my Bible, made some personal notes, reflections…I’d share them in the hope that they would encourage you, but I can’t recall them.  It’s been a long day; I did some stuff; I just can’t remember most of it.  The days are simply flying off the calendar without me.

4 Comments on “My Forgettable Friday

  1. I have forgettable days that sound a lot like yours. Such is the stuff of a full life, though. And your forgotten reflections from the Word aren’t truly forgotten – it is that daily time in His word that allows you to think biblically in all things, even if you don’t specifically recall the details of it right at the moment you typed this. I know you know that. Just wanted to encourage you! I bet your boys will remember you taking time to play a favorite game with them, too.


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