Friday, August 27, 2010

FRIDAY FILL INs..#191



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And...here we go!



1. You do your thing; I do mine and sometimes _I want to do your thing with you_.

2. _My college freshman driving two hours to her girlfriend's house_ is what's been on my mind on and off all day.
3. Remember when _most families had time to eat dinner with each other_.

4. _Praying with my accountability sisters, working on my newest 'knitting' project and eating salsa with soy crisps(more protein/no carbs)_ are three of my favorite obsessions


5. During the last year _God's been teaching me more about 'sitting still and knowing He's got my back'._


6. _Seeing previous youth in our community accepting Jesus and raising their families under His guidance certainly_ puts a smile on my face.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to _grilling marinated swordfish in our smoker_, tomorrow my plans include _dropping off several bags at the local GoodWill_ and Sunday, I want to _get a nap(because the politicians haven't been calling as often...thank you, Lord_!

Jer. 33:3  "Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know." 

4 comments:

Mocha with Linda said...

Fun fill-ins!

Joyce said...

fun to read...I think kids driving may be my least favorite part of parenthood : ) Hope your daughter had a safe trip.

Enjoy your weekend!

Kim said...

I like the IDEA of knitting, but not the actual process :) It's something I really WANT to do, just don't have the patience for it. I'll just admire what y'all make :)
I sure do hope the politicians are listening/reading/whatever and leave you alone tomorrow for a good Sunday afternoon nap!!!

sara said...

thanks for your comment....I did leave a comment here on Sunday, but it is not showing up. hmmm...wonder what happened? I love that trunk, you did a great job on it!

I am doing pretty good. keeping busy is definitely helping. But what would help more is if my son would call me!!! just sayin'!!!! I am really struggling with the difference in communication between him and my daughter. That's the hardest part right now.

boys! argh!