Outside my window . . . it is 47 degrees and a bit lighter since we changed back to standard time yesterday!
I am hearing . . . a train in the distance and the tick tock of the clock.
I am creating . . . not much at the moment.
I am looking forward to . . . a week off at Thanksgiving. I really need it.
I am thankful . . . for a patient husband.
I am praying . . . for my friend from church whose cancer has spread to her blood stream and they expect only to live for a short while longer.
I am thinking . . . I have a lot to do around me and a lot to change in me.
I am remembering . . . this friend who is dying from cancer. She was my private violin teacher when I was young. I remember my mom driving me to her house for lessons. I also remember my first violin solo on stage was while I was taking lessons from her. A good, godly lady whose new home awaits!
I am noticing that . . . some things never change.
I am reading . . . Isaiah
Words to think about . . . “No man is really happy or safe without a hobby, and it makes precious little difference what the outside interest may be – botany, beetles, or butterflies; roses, tulips or irises; fishing, mountaineering or antiques – anything will do as long as he straddles a hobby and rides it hard.” ~ Dr. William Osler
My hobbies are photography, blogging, scrapbooking, and writing. What are yours?
A moment from my week . . . I went to my cousin’s wedding last night. It was a beautiful affair. I hadn’t been to a wedding for a while. It was so refreshing and good to be out and about a bit.
Something you may not know about me . . . I’m a bit of a home body. I like to go out now and then, but mostly I like being at home or going on outings alone with my husband.
One of my favorite things . . . going on outings with my husband, and I’m hoping we will be able to do just that this weekend. Maybe a little trout fishing?
For my picture journal . . . some four legged friends I saw on an outing with my husband.