Here comes #10 and looking forward to getting another round behind me. Had some pretty severe cramping yesterday and some atypical other stuff both of which passed, thank God.
Last night there was a get together of the school staff for Mr. and Mrs. Varnado. They are leaving to take the Pastorship of a Church full time. We are going to miss them and I know the kids will miss them, too. They have been a blessing to all over the past 6 years. It was also good to see Pastor Don and Eilleen and so many other teachers I don't get to talk to too much. The food was good too - my tongue just does not like 'anyting tat it too spity'. It rebels and causes me grief, but I persevered and finished the meal. Thanks to the Hands for hosting.
I going to visit my parents today following my dad's back surgery. The kids on my son's team also have a Zephyrs baseball game tonight at the Zephyrs stadium in Metairie. I have been to one baseball game in my life when I was 15. It was an Atlanta Braves vs. some other team June 18th,1978. Steve Brye (?) hit a ball and his bat broke - my cousin was the bat boy and he retrieved the two pieces which I later glued together. You cannot even tell it was broken.
They were also giving bats at the gates to all of the kids. It was a smaller version with the date, etc. I still have them both - or should I say my boy has inherited them.
Watered the garden and my fruit trees early today, so it should rain tomorrow. HaHa. The vegis a getting big.
Check out what the Psalmist said in Ps.30 -
2 "O Lord my God, I cried for help, and Thou didst heal me.
3 O Lord, Thou hast brought me up from Sheol;
Thou hast kept me alive , that I should not go down to the pit. ...
5 His favor is for a lifetime: Weeping may last for the night,
but a shout of joy comes in the morning.!!!!
I'll take that any day. That's just another example of God's Word - living and active and sharper than any two edged sword.
Have a blessed weekend and do whatever it was that you have been wanting to do! Don't put it off.
Please remember Mike Montague is prayer, his mother pased away.