Snowed starting this morning until noon, cut off internet reception and TV. The snow is probably here to stay now.
A simple pleasure:
Watching my husband paint the entrance way, it has been needing it. The whole place is in muted golds, browns and creamy yellows. I like fall colors. He is working his way through from one end to the other. Probably finish it when we come back from Mexico.
From the kitchen:
I made chicken soup today for supper. Lots of veggies and some barley.
Made my own dark chocolates. Added almonds to a sugarless dark chocolate bar plus stevia to sweeten and a little vanilla and put in fridge to harden.
Made peanut butter cookies using flax meal instead of flour and stevia to sweeten.
Since no internet this morning I had to do something.
What am I working on:
Lists for packing
I am reading:
Shanghai by David Rotenberg.
Often I seem to make my Christian life about what I do for God. You know, so many points for reading my bible and throwing a prayer heavenward, and so on, but it's not about what I do for God, but about what He does in and through me. If only I would let Him get on with it! He promises that He has begun a good work in me and He is faithful to complete it! I figure I may have 30 years left on the outside, bringing me to 92, I guess I must trust it will be completed on time.