Tabbi and the boys were here for a few hours this afternoon, and the boys discovered that I still have Lincoln Logs. They stayed busy for a long time building one “house” after another. Jon was home most of the day, too, working on the cradle some. I did a bunch of laundry and putting away. Hopefully, I can finish cleaning tomorrow after church. My physical therapy and stretches are going well, and my shoulder is better already. I think it will heal completely, and now I know what to do if it ever acts up again. Now I wish I hadn’t waited so long to get it looked at. What are your plans for tomorrow?
Thought for the day
What are you doing for yourself? It seems that we vacillate between being selfish or self-centered and being consumed with the needs of our family or others. True balance can only be found in relationship with Christ. Even as I say it, it sounds passe, canned. But I’m talking about the living, moment by moment relationship where we depend on Him all the time. No easy task in a world of distraction, noise, and urgency. Yet I believe it is possible in any environment…not that I have arrived, but I do believe Christ has made provision for that reality even in this age. It won’t look the same on everyone, but lives lived this way will demonstrate a peace, contentment, and wisdom that is beyond the “natural” disposition.
“Seeing that His divine power has granted to us EVERYTHING pertaining to life and godliness, through the true knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and excellence.” 2 Peter 1:3