Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Bible Study

Since being in Huntsville, I've attended a Thursday morning Bible Study with my friend, Kim. However, this year with having a brand new baby, I just decided it was too much for me to try to fit in one more thing in my schedule (with a new baby and a ministry). I was really sad because I loved Thursday morning Bible Study. We've done some really good studies. So, I decided to do one on my own. I've done this before and enjoyed it but I wanted to share with you this particular study. I'm taking it REALLY slowly but have gotten so much out of it. Every time I sit down with it I felt like I've been to a revival service. God has really used this study in my life and I just wanted to point it out to anyone that might be looking for a study! This one is fantastic!

The B-I-B-L-E. Yes, that's the Book for Me

Today was picture day at KA's preschool and I was trying to get a picture of Kati Ann in her outfit before she went to school but this is what she did when I tried to get her to take a picture. I didn't mind too much because this is what I got instead! (Please excuse the messy room...I have two small children, enough said) Good luck to that photographer today!!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Just Some Things I've been Thinking About

This post really has no significant purpose other than to share some things that I've been thinking about or experienced that are totally random:

1. So, every morning on my way to take Kati Ann to preschool, we see this woman walking her dog in a stroller. I mean, what? Are the dog's legs broken? Its a dog...let the dog walk!

2. The other day I was walking past the playground at KA's preschool (its right next to the house where Jared offices) and a bunch of 4 year olds were singing, "We all live in a yellow submarine!" at the top of their lungs. I thought that was Fantastic! I mean, they're four. Where do they get this stuff? If its from their preschool teacher, that teacher ROCKS!

3. I'm driving down the road and see a campaign sign to elect some person as Coroner. I thought to myself, "Is that really a position that is chosen by popularity? Shouldn't that be something that someone is hired based on their credentials and chosen by someone that actually understands what those credentials mean? How many people in the general public actually know what kind of credentials a Coroner should have?" Please feel free to enlighten me on this one. If there is some reason that we elect a Coroner that I'm missing please let me know.

There you go...just some thoughts that were crossing my mind!