Monday, July 21, 2008

Coming out of the Darkness

First off let me say that I don't know what was up with that dark picture from yesterday. I like easy breezy art and that definitely was not light. I don't know where that came from so just delete it from your memory bank.

Tomorrow I will be doing my once a week study on Having a Mary Spirit. I am so enjoying this book. I hope everyone is starting off with a good week. I have had a sleepy Monday and I pray I will rest better tonight. I will be on-call all this week so they can call me any time day or night until Monday morning the 28th.

My friend, Jeannie, should be getting back from Africa later this week and I can't wait to see how she is doing and what kind of experience she had. I plan on having her and the doctor give a talk on what they got to do. I will keep this short tonight, as tomorrow's post should be longer covering my study for this week.

Thank the Lord for all His blessings!


MuseSwings said...

Hello Trish! I stopped by to catch up on your blog. The geranium babies from Saturday are so beautiful! Sometimes we long so for the flowers we forget how beautiful the buds are. From one of God's buds to another,

Technonana said...

Just checking in!! Get so sleep!!

Strider said...

Thanks for stopping by my site and leaving a comment. I really appreciate it. I liked your post.

ThreeGirlyGirls said...

How exciting about your friend getting home from Africa! I'm sure she will have many stories to share with you!!!

Have a great day!

Pat said...

Hi Trish!

I just read over a few posts I missed and I'm glad you're feeling a little better today and less anxious.Sometimes worries have hte ability to multiply too easliy, like weeds. EWe ahve to root them out early before they have a chance to grow!

It's been so hot and humid here that I can't stay online long --I only have a fan in the room that ny computer is in! Hopefully it will cool off here soon!

Sandy said...

I've been catching up here, reading, and it is amazing, how many people around me are also faced with enormous challenges to their health or elsewhere, things that change their life. I understand that feeling of being overwhelmed for them.

Hope you are feeling better.

When I am overwhelmed I just try to remember to say over and over until I really feel it "I choose Peace." Stress and Peace can't co-exist together.

Dustye said...

Hi Trish I hope your having a great week. Sounds pretty busy though. I hope that you can share some of your friends stories with us about Africa. I have always wanted to visit there for a photo shoot. I get so excited just going to the zoo! The wild animals and their habitat has always interested me. You have been in my thoughts and prayers and I hope you have a blessed day day my friend.

Hugs going your way!

Dee Dee said...

Hi funny that you live close to Aiken...I responded to your comment on my post...Just a beautiful little town...can't wait to move back there some day...The Crepe Myrtle trees were just gorgeous and everywhere...Best wishess...Dee Dee

Lavinia Ladyslipper said...

Nanatrish, I join you in thanking the Lord for all his blessings. I admire your desire to learn and study and grow closer to Him.