Matthew 11:29-30 “Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.”
Good morning friends :o). Happy Friday Eve, aka Thursday (but why not put a positive spin on it, aye?)
A crazy thing happened this week when doing my morning routine. Let me do a morning rundown: alarm, glasses on (stinks getting old, lol), time with Heavenly Dad (my morning nugget/starting point comes in at 4:43 am—LOVE IT!!!), shower/dress/hair-not a long process working with what I’ve been given, coffee going, warm up vehicle, pups out to potty, gather gear and gooooo!
Yesterday, however, when I took the leash off of Dash, a spring went flying and the pieces and parts of the clasp kurplunked to the floor. I sighed, realizing the leash had lasted around 13 years. I was also grateful it hadn’t broken moments before or my morning would have included, “screaming in mom-panicked voice for Dash to come home as he explores neighborhood and dog mom wakes the entire town of Nappanee.” Whew!
Mark 24:4a “Then He said to them, “Pay attention to what you hear.”
This week I have been crazy busy working my regular 40 then adding an extra 4 hours to a side project, for good measure. With Taylor standing in the gap, watching over my fury kids, each night I squeezed in moments at my Savoir’s feet, under the tutelage of the well known blogger and author of “Ministry in Ordinary Places,” Shannon Martin.