But before I get to my 30 minute room rescue picture, we had a little fun.
|Girls & I saw "The Vow" on our day out of school|
|Saw this lovely front door while running errands...I like!|
|Lou and co serving up his Chili Blanco at the Cook-off on Saturday|
|Reading this powerful book right now...very convicting|
|That line that looks like mountains? Clouds bringing us snow|
|The growing cloud bank. People were putting pics of this all over fb|
|Faith enjoying the fire that we had to have on our snow day!|
I'm surprised you all didn't hear me squeal when I opened the package the book shown below came in. My dear friend, Sue Roweton, gave me a gift certificate for my birthday to get all my tweets printed.
|I'm published! - Not really, but kinda. Ok, just humor me.|
|Before and embarrassing|
|After and better, but still not done|
Speaking of procrastinating, that is exactly what David is NOT doing here. He spent one morning this week filling out scholarship applications that are not due until March. Impressive.
|Meals, homework, scholarship applications...life - it all happen at the kitchen table|
|Bolivar Herald Free Press 2-15-12|
And last, but not least, Lou and I took advantage of a basketball game in Reeds Spring to grab some amazing pizza. Seriously, if you are ever in the vicinity of Branson, Missouri, you have to visit the Reeds Spring Pizza Co. Yum. Yum. And double yum. It's got just the atmosphere you'd expect in that neck of the woods, but the pizza is anything but old timey. Lou and I had the Green Acre, which is made with pesto, mozzarella, tomatoes, chicken, feta, their specialty herbs, and topped with fresh basil.
|This might possibly be the first pioneer photo bomb!|
I'm especially thankful this week for the reminder about time and its preciousness. We all know it's fleeting and to be redeemed, we just forget sometimes. It's time to remember.
So teach us to number our days
that we may get a heart of wisdom.
(Psalm 90:12 ESV)