I think everyone at our house may - possibly - be recovering from this latest malady - finally!
Isaac actually woke at a normal time yesterday, was happy and noisy most of the day, then slept all night. He had gotten into the habit of waking up around 3:30 a.m. each morning for the past week or so. Of course, that played havoc with everyone's sleep patterns. Last night was much better.
I surprised myself last night and stayed awake until after 1 a.m. reading a book. I thought since going off all caffeine, I would conk out every night; and so far I have done that, around 11:30 p.m. But last night I finished one book and started another around 11:00 p.m. I knew better than to start a new book at that late hour, but...I don't always do what I should do. (heh heh!)
So, yeah, I am blurry-eyed and dragging a bit this morning (but am enjoying the new book!).
Let's see...Oh, I have a few links to share with you:
I watched this movie over the weekend, and enjoyed it very much!
I loved the format of the old page, but really - You claims to post all trending articles, but conveniently filter out a hugely controversial national story??? I think somebody is not being very honest! (I know, why am I surprised?) At least The Christian Post tells you exactly what you are going to get - Christian news - even in its title. I can live with that.
Doug baked these cookies over the weekend. They were so yummy and just the "taste" of fall that we had been craving.
Of course, now Doug is determined to bake his mom's fabulous pumpkin bread next. It is honestly the best pumpkin bread we have ever had. I just love the balance of spices in her bread. So, I suggested we do the pumpkin bread, but also make the caramel icing from the other recipe!!! Pumpkin Bread with Caramel Frosting - now doesn't that have a nice autumn "ring" to it??? ;)
So, how about a verse for today? Here's one I read this morning:
John 16:33 "These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world."
Now, there's a good bit of comfort in those words, when you dwell on them a while. Are you meditating on a specific verse of Scripture today, or maybe this week? If so, I'd love to hear about it. :)
Wishing you a Happy Wednesday,