So do times feel busy or what? Sure does for us–my mind’s been combing over this week and there is much to do. Glad to be busy, but we were even happier to take time away and spend it with family this Thanksgiving. Shar and I were charged with the duties of preparing a few dishes–I the pumpkin pies and she the Brussel sprouts (mind, these are not just Brussel sprouts, but some of the tastiest I’ve had). Good thing that wasn’t all we were eating, or our meal may not have been the most alluring. Anyways, Thanksgiving is always something we look forward to, because we just take the time to let out a sigh of relief and be with our family without worrying about what we are getting done. Thats something I treasure. I just hope that is not something we are losing altogether as a culture. I’ll admit, I wanted a shot at a TV at Best Buy on Friday and was planning on going for it. But when I learned people were spending their whole Thanksgiving in lines at stores, something in me was upset. It made me wonder if there is anything our culture is willing to say no to for something that is far more important. I was reminded to slow done and be content with what has been provided me, not just in material but also in those around me.
We are working on lots so stay updated, we’ll have lots to show. Happy Monday!