Welcome! This is a great week to visit here because you have the outstanding opportunity to bring some joy to your senses; specifically your ears and your skin. I'm holding a giveaway of a CD of beautiful music and a great smelling bar of all-natural soap, so take a second to leave a comment here and then come back. It's okay, I'll still be here when you get back :)
Aren't you excited? I think you'll LOVE both the CD and the soap. My personal favorite is the Banana Berry Almond. I love almond and the smell in this soap is subtle and wonderful! As for the music, well, it is very soothing so I suppose you could pair the two together, if you have music playing abilities in your bathroom, and be soothed in two ways while you shower!
We are rapidly approaching our first performance this year of "The Seven Last Words of Christ". It has been an interesting ride, as it always is. A few weeks ago we did a photo shoot of some of the actresses. We've blown up some of the photos into poster sizes and use them at the ticket selling tables at the various churches. Here is one of my favorites:
It is supposed to be 60 here on Sunday. Did you hear that? 60!!!! We might all go out and sunbathe. It will be a veritable heat wave. Of course then we drop right back down into the 40s but we'll take what we can get.
Lent. It never is what I think it is going to be. I was really going to try to do some spiritual reading but I just can't get into the mood to do it. I've got quite a few books lined up but just can't seem to get started on any of them. Actually, it seems to be more often than not that I can't read a book. I really love reading, but for some reason I have long stretches of time where I just can't do it. Anyone else ever have this problem? What do you do to get out of it? Do you just let it run its course or do you force the issue and read anyhow, even if it is only a page or two?
We began discussing summertime around here last night. I know I don't want it to be like last summer where we were going from one weekly event to another, but the kids all seem to have their own desires about which camp and activity they would like to attend. Also, with four people gainfully employed, picking a week off together is looking like an impossibility. Really? A family vacation without the entire family? I know it has to happen sooner or later but I'm voting for later!
This weekend is the calm before the storm. Next week is three days of dress rehearsals and a performance so that means busy, busy, busy. Please, if you would, say a prayer that all goes well with this performance? Thanks, and have a great weekend!
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