That continual feast I wrote about last Tuesday…well if I heard the message right in church this week we are encouraged to enjoy the feast with abandon. If the Savior has set you free, then you are free indeed. What he sets us free from is sin. Goodbye millstone of guilt, hello peace that passes understanding and unspeakable joy. (Okay, enough of the cliches already?) I didn’t hear anything I didn’t already know, but sometimes truth is shared in such a way it makes your heart sing. (Couldn’t help myself, last one, I promise.) All that to say, it’s a good start to a new week!
Last week in review. Nathan is off to California. After careful planning, printing directions and a map, loading as many of his worldly possessions into his car as possible he set out on his cross country trek. He’s kept us abreast of his travels by phone, making good time, not tired, no car problems to speak of. (?) It’s all good.
I’m off my crutches…not necessarily because I should be, but, well, that was all I could take. I do not get an “A” for patience. With Nathan gone I had the little girls on my one day a week babysitting stint all by myself. We got along just fine according to me. It might be another story if you ask the 3-year-old. She so wanted an underduck push on the swings.