It was a lovely long weekend. OK, well, for those of you who live in the Midwest with me, it was not exactly lovely. Nonstop rain. Four days. It’s supposed to let up sometime tomorrow…. Doubtful.
Amanda went camping with her parents all weekend, so it was pretty quiet. The cats are still all riled up from our trip to Boston, so they provided some entertainment. There was decent TV on. Mostly, I slept and cleaned and took care of some things I’ve been meaning to. I was going to do some more planting (the first set of seedlings got washed away in the rains of a few weeks ago), but it keeps raining. So, instead, Monday I watched The Omega Code. It was pretty good, for a Christian-produced Armageddon movie. Better than Left Behind, which was also good, but B-quality, if you ask me (which, you’re here reading my thoughts, so I’ll take that as asking….)
Bought some new stamps at the Post Office today.
Work is boring. Have I mentioned that lately? I need to make some phone calls about potential jobs. I sent out resumes right before we went to Boston, and got a few nibbles. No new openings that have interested me since then, however.
I wonder how Liz is doing on her job search. She’s still in Florida, staying at her cousin’s. I’d like it if she came up here for a visit (hint hint, if you’re reading this Liz).
June’s going to be busy. Just a warning. I’ll try not to be too crazy.
Rockin’ out to: SheDaisy
Wisdom Source: Mansfield Park by Jane Austen
Today’s Wisdom: Revelation 7:13-17. “Then one of the twenty-four elders asked me, “Who are these who are clothed in white? Where do they come from?” And I said to him, “Sir, you are the one who knows.” Then he said to me, “These are the ones coming out of the great tribulation. They washed their robes in the blood of the Lamb and made them white. That is why they are standing in front of the throne of God, serving him day and night in his Temple. And he who sits on the throne will live among them and shelter them. They will never again be hungry or thirsty, and they will be fully protected from the scorching noontime heat. For the Lamb who stands in front of the throne will be their Shepherd. He will lead them to the springs of life-giving water. And God will wipe away all their tears.”