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Thursday, June 19

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Well, i did have good intentions! Getting to the club at least 3 times each week. But will have to start next week. I have had a scratchy throat the past couple of days and woke this morning with a full-blown cold. Don't remember the last time i actually had a cold - so guess this one is making up for it.

So will be staying in for at least a couple of days.

But i do have my knitting - yeah!! and a couple of books to read.

Got the first one at the library. "The Aviator's Wife" by Melanie Benjamin - a fiction and history meld story about the relationship of Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Looks like it will be a good read.

The second one is "Wild Goose Chase" by Mark Batterson. The Celtic Christians' name for the Holy
Spirit is "the Wild Goose". And, seems like a very fitting name for the Spirit of God that is so personal and yet quite mysterious - whom we cannot track or tame.

Looks like it will warm up today - after the rain and overcast, gloomy days - will be welcome. Right now - just after 8 a.m. - it is 58 with a predicted high of 84. So looks like Summer may come soon.



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  • v MARTHA-ANN
    I'm sort you're feeling ill Barb, snuggle up with those books and your knitting and get better soon emoticon emoticon
    802 days ago
  • v CAT-IN-CJ
    Sorry about the cold. Sounds like a couple days of knitting and snuggling up with a couple good books is in order. Feel better soon!

    802 days ago
  • v REGINAROLLINS
    No excuse, a cold needs exercise too, plenty of rest and exercise. Those books sound good,maybe you could exercise between reading-goodluck.
    802 days ago
  • v MAPFARMS
    Feel better..
    802 days ago
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