October 27, 2017
It is time yet again for a Thing Post, which simply means I feature a whole bunch of things that don’t make up a post by themselves but are still worth sharing.
So let us begin, shall we?
Monday night, Steve and I and our worship team were invited to Mt. Olivet Methodist in Manteo to be a part of their
4-day Fall Revival where a different pastor in the area is invited to preach each night. This is such a cool thing to do, especially since the other pastors are from all different denominations, not just Methodist.
THAT is the way church should be.
Sarah was home for fall break last week; Summer is always as happy as we are to see her.
When she walked to the car Sunday afternoon to go back to school, she was wrapped in such lovely light.
Steve was putting his coffee down so he could get Summer’s leash on.
Another captured moment showing the peaceful quietude between the ones I love.
For some reason when I got to church early Sunday morning, I decided to take this photo of the parking lot–empty except for Steve’s and my vehicles. It just seemed like a good snapshot of our lives.
Steve and me. At church. Working. Together.
(Steve parks further from the door to leave the closer spaces for other people. I park a little closer so I don’t have to walk so far in heels.)
Speaking of church, last Saturday night we had a Girl’s Night Out at the home of one of our members. (I love that our hostess used blocks to spell the words out.) I took a few other pictures of cool things at her home, including the creative idea of storing cookbooks in a wooden high chair and a unique “towel apron” that you put around your neck; it protects your clothes and always gives you something to wipe your hands on. (Single click on any photo in collage to see them all full size.)
On my way to Greenville last Tuesday, I stopped for a few photos. I so dearly love the peace of the morning.
Speaking of lovely views, our decorating elves at church got the platform decked out for fall. I’m always amazed by people who know how to decorate.
There are so many good things to be thankful in this season of thankfulness.
I’m especially thankful that today is a gorgeous fall day, sunny, cool, and sporting a Carolina blue sky with which to top it all off. Is there any feeling better than walking out onto your front porch and breathing in the aroma of autumn? I think not.
What about you? If you were going to write a Thing Post, what are some of the things you would mention?
Thrift stores, fuzzy socks
and conversing with my Yorkie
are all on the list of things I love.