How I'm doing... Pretty well, thank you. I'm glad to have the stress of the past month or so behind me, and I'm enjoying getting into a more "normal" summer routine.
Quote... "I do like a road, because you can be always wondering what is at the end of it." L.M. Montgomery, The Story Girl
How God feels about me right now... He loves me. Now and always. I'm so glad that never changes.
I see... sunshine streaming in my window. It's still early enough in the summer that I am really enjoying the sunshine.
I hear... Becky talking to the dog... or maybe the refrigerator. I'm never quite sure who it is she's talking to when no one else is around. Probably the dog.
I smell... lilacs. (Last night the Man of the Place asked me if I was "attached to that big ol' bush out by the truck." Umm... you mean the lilac bush? Well, yeah! Please don't take it out!)
I taste... cantaloupe. Just cut up one for lunch, and of course I snitched a piece. Mmm... summertime fruit!
I feel... rested and relaxed. Finally!
I think... I should scan some more vintage Workbasket ads and articles to share before long.
I'm curious... about what we'll get to review for the upcoming TOS Homeschool Crew year.
I'm praying... that Laura has a good summer, that she learns a lot and is stretched, inspired, and encouraged.
I'm thinking... about writing-- blog posts and letters and a novel some day.
When I was little... I would get bored in the summer with "nothing to do." It's hard to imagine such a thing these days! My to-do list is way longer than the summer.
I want to go... on vacation! But that's not in our plans this year. We enjoy our convention trips and camping on weekends, so at least that's something. Maybe we can take a mini-vacation in the fall.
I love... spending time with my husband.
I despise... snakes.
Scripture... "But He knows the way that I take; when He has tested me, I shall come forth as gold." --Job 23:10
I'm thankful for... family and friends and a comfortable home.
I just learned... that Singapore has 4 official languages. I had thought that the language of Singapore was English until I had an email yesterday from a Singaporean lady who said Chinese was her mother tongue. One of my co-workers looked it up on Wikipedia, and shared that there are 4 official languages. Malay and Tamil are the other two.
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