Sweatin' to the Wii!
Summer GrillingWe were able to break out the grill for the first time this year. Yum! I don't think we ever got to use it last summer, due to the work schedule that my husband had then. I had picked up some petite sirloins at the grocery store during my last trip, and with the weather as nice as it was last week, it sounded like a great idea to grill some steaks. May I just say that my husband is the best griller I know? It was like eating at Texas Roadhouse without the dancing and loud music. And I'm not just being biased. He's a good cook anyway, but he's really good with the grill. I think that he should make up for last summer and grill all of the time this summer!
Technology....ptttthhhhhbbb.....Well, it looks as though our desktop computer is out of commission for the time being. The fan broke on the tower, and apparently it's not a good idea to run the computer without a fan (duh). So we need to get it replaced, fixed, or my husband's personal preference, buy a new computer altogether. He's been wanting a new one for a while anyway. I don't know what we'll do, but I can't download photos from my digital camera onto the laptop I'm currently using (software compatability issues), so I won't be able to share any new pictures with you for a while, at least until something changes. :( Update: as of March 24, the computer seems to have mysteriously healed itself. Weird...
Prayer RequestI found out last night that my father has to have a heart catheter done in a week and a half to explore possible blockages. He is not saved, and does not really want to know anything about the Lord. Please pray that the Lord might use this opportunity to open some doors for witnessing. Thanks in advance!
Worry is normal for me. I think that women tend to worry more than men, because we are more emotional than men (which is the way that God made us!). It's normal to worry and wonder, especially when you don't know the outcome of something. It's a human emotion. If you find yourself an excessive worrier, like me, a good passage to remember is out of Matthew 6:
"But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own." God has everything under control. Even in the worst of circumstances, He has a reason and purpose for everything that happens. We just rarely have the capacity to understand!