For Today… January 28, 2018
Looking out my window… cold and windy but not bad overall. We’re supposed to get some rain tonight.
I am thinking… about my trip to San Jose for court. I have everything set up for Daniel care and I have to trust that he’ll be OK with my mom and sleep OK tomorrow night. It’s unnerving to say the least!
I am thankful… for everything falling into place for this trip.
One of my favorite things… a good Reddit thread.
I am wearing… jammies. Church clothes were a berry-colored long-sleeved shirt with black slacks and black flats. I switched the slacks out for black jeans when I got home.
I am creating… this blog post. 🙂 Also random stuff on my hooks.
I am listening to… Shawn Colvin singing “I Don’t Want to Live on the Moon”.
I am hoping… court is decided in my favor on Tuesday.
I am learning… FICA tax calculations.
In my kitchen… I’ve been eating a lot of tuna subs from Subway.
In the school room… Daniel is becoming a little parrot so I’m having to start watching my language around him.
Post Script… sharing this infographic on how your cat is plotting to kill you. You’re welcome.
Shared Quote… “How, then, to imagine, the expansive heart of this God—greater than God—who takes seven buses, just to arrive at us. We settle sometimes for less than intimacy with God when all God longs for is this solidarity with us. In Spanish, when you speak of your great friend, you describe the union and kinship as being de uña y mugre—our friendship is like the fingernail and the dirt under it. Our image of who God is and what’s on God’s mind is more tiny than it is troubled. It trips more on our puny sense of God than over conflicting creedal statements or theological considerations. The desire of God’s heart is immeasurably larger than our imaginations can conjure. This longing of God’s to give us peace and assurance and a sense of well-being only awaits our willingness to cooperate with God’s limitless magnanimity.”
–Greg Boyle, S.J.
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