Monday, July 13, 2015

monday's day

 Annie Dillard says, “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives."

A peek into my stay at home day 
which has been very fruitful. 
One of those days where you feel
sort of accomplished and good not 
to run around.

- read I Chronicles. Chapter 21:1 says
Satan rose up against Israel and incited David to take a census of Israel.
The word " incited" made me stop and see 
what happened. Kind of scary, if you ask
me. If you had asked me this this morning, I would say
"be gone" to Satan. David does take a census.
Satan incited him.  

- talked with a good friend who lives in Chapel Hill

-wrote letters

- a load of laundry hung out to dry

- made a nice lunch for my husband

- got a fall calendar for a middle school class 
done and have started to name it and work on 
it. Wednesdays this fall... 

- organizing books 

- looking ahead:  daughter's 18th birthday on friday

- nice pace to the day and here we are at dinner
and have to think of what to have! 


melissa said...

Life sounds full, but very good. For some reason, this post brought me comfort. Not unusual around these parts. :)

podso said...

That sounds like a wonderful day to me. I always smile when I think of clothes drying on your line. And Emma is 18 this week. Just amazing the time passing.