The weather has been really nice over all. We have managed to spot the triplets on our walks and yesterday a doe and two of the fawns. They have no fear it seems. We have also added a few dusk walks which are Joel's favorite. By 9 at night I am ready for the loveseat, but have managed three nights of walking with flashlights, sticking to the association paths that are smooth. It is very quiet outside that time of night. Along the river road there are some beautiful flowers, so thought I would share some of their beauty with you.
Joel fixed the kitchen faucet this week. When he took it apart to put a new ball, springs cap and washer in he discovered there was no washer there to replace. No wonder it dripped. He has been in a fix-it mood lately and the house is happy! He is busy with work so we have not headed over to the lake in a long time. Work is going well and he is enjoying it.
We finally finished freezing the blueberries, and have given away some of the yellow Rainer cherries we have here. A one time purchase for us, as we realized we cannot eat that many before they start to go bad and I am not interested in removing all the pits in them for the freezer. Too much work!
Company is coming today. We are celebrating my sister Kay's birthday and her great recovery after surgery 10 days ago. Yay! Several sibs and Gr. Jo are going to be here for lunch and the afternoon. Pizza and strawberry shortcake are on the menu, along with a good amount of reminiscing, too.
Joel and I watched the movie Heaven is For Real. It was great! We have taken the book back off the shelf to read again. There is so much we do not know or understand in the spirit realm, but nothing is impossible for God and with God! Great book, great movie....
On the other end the spectrum, I watched a movie on Netflix called, "Peace, Love and A Little Understanding" starring Jane Fonda as a hippie/free spirit with an uptight lawyer daughter and how their relationship resolves and evolves. One or two parts of the movie were really bad with some so not acceptable behavior....the rest of it was pretty good. I enjoyed the funky Woodstock lifestyle portrayed. Jane Fonda did a pretty good job.
We purchased a new Don Potter CD which we both really enjoy. Kind of a funky, jazzy, country worship music?!?! We are still reading Heidi Baker's book, "Birthing the Miraculous" aloud and I have started her book,
"Expecting Miracles".So what have you been up to?
Until next time...............