Saturday Evening Post: 4/7/18

I know.

It’s nowhere NEAR Saturday evening anymore, but in my heart and mind this is still my Saturday Evening Post—my little review of the previous seven days. So, it may go on the record as the latest SEP ever, but I guess I wouldn’t give that prize away, yet.

JUST A THOUGHT
Doug and I were meeting with someone who was sharing a set of circumstances regarding their work that, for this person, were just the law. This was just the way it was, and that’s all there was to it. After several minutes of asking questions, astonished by what this person was describing, we began to wonder out loud about things that could be done to bring change.  They said, “I can see that you two think outside the box.”

I didn’t ask Doug what he thought about this, but I know what I was thinking: What box?

EASTER SUNDAY
We were so happy to share Easter Sunday with the folks at Great Hill. We had a Creole Easter with them, and then came home for our traditional Chicken & Noodles. No pictures of our feast, I’m afraid. Doug did a great job, again. Here is a little video of Lucy and Isaac. She likes her brother, a lot. So far, so good.

 
Isaac, almost a whole month old. It is so much easier to photograph babies who can’t run!
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PRIORITIES ARE MEANT TO BE JUGGLED
It’s shaping up to be a pretty busy Spring and Summer.

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HOW LONG UNTIL CHRISTMAS?
Um…I still haven’t taken these off. I’m wondering if I might just leave them on.

Can you see that little object at the bottom of the picture? It’s one of the last things my mother-in-law gave me. It’s whimsical, and useful! I love it. Can you guess what it is?

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SPRING HAS SPRUNG
Warmer weather is around the corner. More importantly, though, the flowers are coming back! Here is my first pansy.

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I was so excited—and shocked—to find this pansy blooming. In December, I brought them to our enclosed porch, along with my strawberry plants. I had no expectation that anything would survive. I don’t think any pansies in my second pot lived, but this pot is full of life. The strawberries? Well, it remains to be seen how they survived. Hoping to take them all outside soon.

I hope you’ve had a good week, and that your Sunday is blessed with the hope, joy, and peace that can only come from knowing Jesus as Lord. He loves you! ❤

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2 thoughts on “Saturday Evening Post: 4/7/18

  1. I like your revew of the week including Easter and its tso gatherings .
    I wondered about the handwritten list . Are they objectives for a month ?
    your precocious pansy lifts hope of a beautiful spingtile without late frost like ast year wher on April 22 all of the fovers of the fruits trees heve been killed byan unexpected frost.
    Love ❤
    Michel

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  2. They are our objective for the next couple of months – things to do now, things to get ready to do later.

    Oh, I hope your garden does not have to endure another late frost!

    I hope you are feeling well, my friend. God bless you, Michel! ❤

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