Thursday, February 7, 2008

Phew! I'm BACK! :)

Whew. It seems like it's been a long day! :) I HATE being without the internet - I always wonder what's happening with my business and my friends! LOL!!

Today is one of those days outside where it's sunny, and it's nice, but there's NOTHING interesting going on. :) So, I visited Mr. Rabbit in the side flowerbed. He was busy talking to the stick, however, and wasn't very sociable. The lillies are getting ready to grow already. The poor plants don't have a clue what to do; one day, it's a high of 40; the next, 70!!! Poor things.

I'm really procrastinating. Can you tell? I have lots to do, but I'm just so glad to be back online! I haven't heard from some of you lately, but new friends keep popping in - I'm so glad people stumble across this little testimony to our Big GOD!! :)

What do you have planned for your weekend? I have to work Saturday, and I'm really looking forward to church on Sunday. Tomorrow will be a play day for me; I'm going to the movies with my friend, Julia, and then it's craft night at church - I love to go, but I'm not sure what I'm going to work on again. LOL!!!!

OK, I'm going to quit chattering. Have a WONDERFUL evening, my dear friends, and KNOW GOD LOVES YOU. He is an incredible, AWESOME God, mighty to save, merciful and beautiful! Discover a new facet of Him today!


MammyT said...

My wireless network, or so I thought, was to blame for all kinds of crazy stuff going on. My SIL spent hours and found that by reinstalling my Norton Security program, all my problems were solved. I don't know if that will help you, but I was pulling my hair out too.

sparrow's song said...

I'm really looking forward to the spring flowers. Our days here are up and down in tempts as well. Just be warm already.

I hope to get my hubby to take me to a new doll house store we found. But he may not be up to it yet since he's not been well lately. We shall see.

What crafts will they be making at your church?

How often we take our eyes off how mighty our God is and instead begin to consider Him weak as we are weak. Reminds me of Peter and why he sank in the waters after first seeing himself walking on the water as Christ did.