Saturday, December 13, 2008

Peace On Earth- Day 13: Appreciation

Today I have a houseful of munchkins, I'm trading in on that wonderful date day with Kristin. Really, it just feels like I have 5 kids, Scooter and Jeffery are contentedly building some wonderful Lego land upstairs, I've only seen them once today and that was eatin' time.

At any rate, probably all I'm going to get done is laundry and meals (making friendship bracelets, setting up racetracks and playing playdoh and an occasional game of Nerts) Really, it's not so bad.

I am also going to be brainstorming as I work and play some thoughts for a letter, a love letter. It will be a gift to my husband this year.

I don't honestly remember the last time I wrote a love letter, do you? We regularly exchange little notes here and there, but an inspired letter, oh, it's been years.

Will you join me in writing sweet everythings to a loved one? A husband, a friend, a mom or dad? You can write....appreciation, sweet memories, specific things you love about them, whatever you like.

Oh, and the tile is done,wonderfully,(no more nasty-garage-tracking-in-carpet)

my bird feeder is up,

all thanks so my husband, yes, he rocks.
I have a prayer request that can't be shared, as we all know God knows just what is on my mind, will you take a minute and pray for this really important thing?


Jennifer in OR said...

Great ideas, great series!!

nertzfan said...

Hi, I found your blog post through a search for "Nerts". It is cool to see others that know about the game. I hope you don't mind but I wanted to let you know about, the site for the National Nertz Association. There is a bunch of interesting Nertz information there. I hope you will check it out. Feel free to join and also let your friends and family know. Thanks

Cathy said...

will definitely pray my friend.

Nice tile, Ralph! What a handy-man!

DotBlogger said...

Lord, I pray over this really important thing. You know, God. You know.
Please bring wisdom, peace and certainty to those involved.
May Your Spririt fill the hearts and minds of everyone affected through this really important thing. Thank you, God. Amen.