I have a million things to do and cannot seem to get focused on any of them. I am still tired from the long weekend/week/month. and when the weather goes from hot to cooler/damp, it takes my sinuses and head a couple days to catch up. It feels like a cold trying to get me but isn’t. So all that to say, I just cannot get moving. We went to April’s house yesterday and did a little carpenter and farm hands work. It makes such difference to have a crew. Watching my crowd work is reason enough for anyone to believe in big families. It is absolutely beautiful out today, nice breeze, looks like there is a faint thought of rain somewhere in the heavenlies but not close enough. The birds are chirping The washing machine that we moved down by the creek is attempting to catch us up on about 12 loads of laundry. I might share that story later. Mercy wants me to help her read alllllll day long. Oh to be so young and excited. Every word is a new adventure.
I also need to finish watching “The Business of Being Born” that I got from Netflix. It is about the controversy about homebirth verses hospital birth in America. Very informative. Nothing I didn’t already know but useful info when you are talking to folks who don’t want to believe things just cause they are true. Funny how some people won’t take God’s word for it, but they will take the word of someone whom they perceve to be a professional. I will be writing a review on this movie later.
I need to finish my mailing list set up for my bookstore, I am giving away my “Stories from the Funny Farm” ebook to every new subscriber. It will be part of my Grand Opening of my Bookstore tomorrow. I have a couple more announcements here while I am at it. My dear friend Jill Novak and her precious family have stepped out in faith with a vision God gave them about ministering to families that have children with disabilities. You can read about it here Hopeful Farm, the pictures of the children on there are so adorable, that is what true beauty is. And one more thing. My friend Tawra of Living on a Dime finally has her famous Dining on a Dime book in an ebook format now. You can get it for only $10 until the end of the week.
Hmm, maybe now that I don’t have to remember those things, I can get back to the remaining 993 things on my list. Maybe. After my cappuccino.