hope this finds you well—rejoicing in the peace and joy of the Lord! The
last two days I have enjoyed the sunshine (and rain) with my
sweetheart. Him having two nights off gives wonderful freedom to explore our
city, catch up on sleep, work on house projects, and simply enjoy spending the day
my mister leaves the house for work at 10:30 p.m.? Whatever occurs in the wee
hours of morning while I await D’s homecoming? Since Dalton and I are purposing to
be on a similar schedule I spend my evenings in all sorts of ways. Let me share
some with you.
budget ( S U P E R fun!), investigate
options for insurance, internet and the likes, search for husband birthday ideas
(it’s coming up and you know … I’ve never had a husband to throw parties for.
It’s kind of a new thing ;), create grocery lists, to-do lists, and
random blog post lists.
is considered computer related this pastime deserves its own paragraph. Hours of searching/replying/crying over unnoticed bids occurr in my
solitude. However, I am thankful that these pictures demonstrate
the results of watching over the furniture section like a buzzard over road kill. We were blessed to find a sofa and love seat for $130 and the
cutest bench table for $100. Both in good condition!
The house is abuzz with all
sorts of projects once eleven o’clock strikes. Cabinets come off hinges and are
painted, pantries wiped out, floors mopped, bathrooms sanitized, and occasionally
meals get prepared for. This yummy dish can be found here and was filled with
turkey and cheese (blue for him, cheddar for her). J
prove lovely for listening to music, reading, and writing. My
current favorites include re-playing “Attaboy,” reading God’s words in Psalms and
Proverbs as well as re-reading my copy of Created to be His Helpmeet by Debi
of my current third shift is working with the budget and taking time to read. I
know these slow yet busy days will not always last so I want to be as patient,
thankful, and productive with them as possible.
maintain a weird schedule? I’d love to hear about it!