Haven’t had much to write about lately. I’m actually working on a novel so any creative juices are being channeled there, or into ideas for a future event planning business. One of my co-workers brings new decorating and cooking magazines in during the week, and there are so many ideas I want to try and experiment with. If only there was more time in the day and week. Maybe if Obama is elected he will add more hours to the day, since he is going to radically change our American way of life anyways, why not our time as well. (This is sarcasm, just in case you didn’t catch it.)
Work, taking care of the house (or intending to clean more), spending quality time with Aaron and friends, reading, fall tv, and deepening my devotional life is what’s going on with me. Time is flying by and we we are now a little over half way through our time here in KY. Seems like we were just moving in and by the time I blink again it will be time to rent a U-Haul (courtesy of the OK UM conference) and head back to OK and another new start.
I think Fall has me thinking of the changes. Just like the trees, our lives seem to grow, change, burst forth in brilliant color, and then float away from us like falling leaves until we seem bare. But spring will forth renewal from the cold, depth of winter, and we will find new blooms budding from places we never knew were within ourselves.