Words on Wednesday
Changing it up a bit this morning. ;)
Read this verse on Thanksgiving morning and the imagery of calling out the stars like an army struck me as so majestic. "Look up into the heavens.Who created all the stars? He brings them out like an army, one after another, calling each by its name. Because of his great power and incomparable strength, not a single one is missing." Isaiah 40:26
Caught up on the (in)courage blog over the weekend, and I especially liked these two posts: God Uses You and Speak Louder Than the Nutella.
Well, I certainly didn't need actual proof that my brain is way less sharp than it was before chemo, but at least professionals are now acknowledging chemo brain.
Will you think less of me if I say that I read Psalm 34:17-20 Sunday night, and my first thought was, "that's not true!" I *know* that every word God spoke is true, but for some reason this struck me not as encouraging, but hard to read.
Angie Smith was recently in Peru and wrote some beautiful posts about her trip. Beautiful.
Brian is attending a conference in Nashville this week, which means that instead of leaving for school at the crack of dawn and not seeing the kids, he was home this morning when they got up and he's taking them to school. And you know what that means? I get to have another cup of coffee while snuggled up under Rory's pink fluffy blanket before getting started on my daily domestic duties. Enjoy your Wednesday!