I have not been very inspired the last few days as far as the blog goes. Here's what I've been doing:
-Watching 24 for the first time. I rented the first half of Season One on DVD on Saturday and tonight I went back for the other half. That show is like crack. Not that I know what crack is like. But I imagine it would be something like 24. Jack Bauer may be on a little crack himself.
-Trying to buckle down and really make some good housekeeping habits. It's going great but it takes a lot of time - time I normally spend blogging and commenting on blogs...
-I made my friend Fay's Italian Biscuit-topped Casserole. It was so yummy! Maybe I'll get around to posting the recipe.
-For work I am editing the Esther study that my mom is writing. It's not the official editing of course. It's just grammar, spelling, and punctuation for the Houston group that will get it before LifeWay ever publishes it.
-Getting back into the groove of college ministry. Our students are back in town and we are enjoying all the energy they bring. Tomorrow night the girls and I are starting the Wising Up study at my house. It starts at 8:15, so if the Lord brings us to mind, please pray for us when you're putting your kids to bed.
-I've been battling an overly sensitive spirit lately. It's not very fun because I have been getting my feelings hurt at the drop of a hat. It's pretty ridiculous, but at least I know the problem is with me and not with everyone else. I've also been really hard on myself lately. It's like I've taken every single opportunity to feel bad about ________. You name it, I feel bad about it. Can I just tell you that these issues are requiring a ridiculous amount of emotional and mental energy? Sheesh! Deliver me, Lord! From myself!
-My husband started his Greek class yesterday. Right now he is at the dining room table practicing the alphabet. He sounds hilarious. And he has no idea that I'm over here giggling. I'm so proud of him for taking this class. It is not easy to learn another language, particularly one with another alphabet! I love you, Hubs!
So what's up with you?