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Running on Pedometer Time


Thursday, September 12, 2013

I have been averaging at least 2.5 miles on my pedometer every day for the last nearly 7 weeks.
Today it will reach 4 miles.
No wonder I am tired.

I did not get the job.
Romans 8:28 Although I do wonder at times why I have a MLIS. Such is life. At least I do like the job I have, even if it is not back in a library, though I will need a new one when we move to RI.

Ron is home. Last night was his first night home. Neither of us slept very well. Sort of like having a new baby, needing to help him. I know he helped me after my surgeries so no problem, just I was more tired than I wanted going to work.

We got to see our grandson on Wednesday.

I just made a turkey meat loaf with no eggs and no wheat - used ketchup, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, spices, and about 1/4 cup of oat flour (ground oatmeal). It smells really good. I also baked potatoes in the microwave, so supper is ready, but Ron is napping. Nice to have him here and that I don't have to drive half an hour there and back to see him.
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SUNSHINE192DAY 9/13/2013 10:19AM

    I'm glad you got to see your grandson and that your hubby is home. I'm so sorry about the job. I'd been praying on it. I'll continue to pray for you hun!

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MAGA99 9/13/2013 7:37AM

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FROSTY99 9/12/2013 6:46PM

    So sorry about the job, but God has plans that we do not always understand, we just have to have faith when we do not understand that he has a plan and our acceptance will lead to things better than we ever dreamed of.

Happy that Ron is home. Even though it isn't easy, it sure beats running to the hospital. Life does throw us curve balls, we just have to remain steady and hold that catchers mitt.

Dinner sounds wonderful. Eating healthy is important for both of you.

Sending prayers and hugs that life will return to "normal"-whatever that might mean. We sometimes have to make a new "normal" but we can and will succeed-I know you have faith and that will see you thru.

Hugs
Pat

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