While running back and forth between camp meetings, my new coffee arrived. Angelino’s offers a gourmet K-cup, and I recently ordered their dark roast package (Italian, French, Dark, Sumatra, and Chocolate Mocha). They’re delicious!
It’s like love in a cup!
My camp speaking schedule has prevented me from posting regularly this week—sorry! And I’m a few days late on Samuel’s 8-month birth anniversary, so I need to get cracking! Happy belated birthday, dear one! You are deeply loved! 💙 💙 💙 Here are a few shots of the SamJam, who now loves to army-crawl, giggle, drool, and “sing.” (He did not want to sit still for this photo shoot!) Oh, and he still loves to play “Samuel Sandwich.” 🙂
Both camps have gone very well, so thanks to all those who have been praying. As a left-brainer, I don’t typically emote during messages, but I lost it three times last week during a 2-part sermon on Yom Kippur. All seven feasts powerfully point to Christ and what he has done for us.
I’m commuting daily for this third camp gig, so I get lots of time in the car to think, pray, and worship. My playlist is so uplifting! Last night I was worn out after the evening session, so I vegged out to Enya’s Dark Sky Island on the way home. I forgot how much I like this album.
Enjoy the rest of your week…and for those in this neck of the woods…I hope you can endure the sweltering heat!
This is bad, even for me. For those who don’t get the reference…
And while we’re on the subject of the Bee Gees…
O.k., now I’ll get out. After this…
I’d love to own a horse someday. Especially one that despises political polls as much as I do. 🙂
The speaker’s cabin just got flamingoed here at camp meeting. I’m feeling the love! 🙂
Ice cream is a nightly treat here at camp meeting. I’ll be sure to scan the room tonight to see who’s getting a brain freeze and who isn’t. 🙂 Enjoy your weekend!
I’ll be out of town for the next 17 days speaking at two more camp meetings. (Prayers appreciated for the Holy Spirit’s anointing and the Great Physician’s preservation of my voice! Thanks!) Wi-Fi is always spotty at these places, so I will post when I am able. Until then, love, hugs, and blessings to all!
Gotta love the offbeat humor of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. According to ancestry.com, I was born 17 percent Italian, all of which seems to be concentrated in my taste buds. The rest of me is general-issue English stock, more or less, which probably explains my recurring anglophilia. Surely there are some ka-niggits in my family tree. Some of them may have even said, “Ni!” 🙂
So, maybe it’s just a day to get loud. 🙂 To that end, here’s some Skillet…
Yesterday’s rainbow was stunning. The pictures don’t do it justice, but here they are as a reminder of God’s covenant faithfulness.
“Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth.” (Genesis 9:16)
P.S. Why do we still put power lines above our heads rather than below our feet? That really shouldn’t be a thing anymore, and in many countries it’s not.