For Today...Monday, June 6
Outside my window...dark clouds over the ocean and a brisk breeze today. Think I'll be hanging the clothes out to dry on the porch.
I am wearing...my favorite long twirly, lacey white skirt that I found at a second hand store in Australia. Oh, and a brown and white sleeveless top that my mom left when she was here. Bare feet, as usual.
I am reading...still munching my way through "One Thousand Gifts" and loving it.
I am hoping...that our internet begins to work more reliably soon. I think we had better e-mail access in the village than we do here in Honiara!
I am creating...a care package to send out to another SITAG village team.
I am hearing...the doors slamming in the breeze, strains of the workshop down in the new translation center as they get their morning started with praise
Pondering these words..."I used to think that God's gifts were on shelves one above the other, and that the taller we grew in Christian character the easier we whould reach them. I find now that God's gifts are on shelves one beaneath the other, and that it is not a question of growing taller but of stooping lower and that we have to go down, always down, to get His best gifts." - F.B. Meyer (from "One Thousand Gifts")
A few plans for the rest of the week...finishing the list I started last week
Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you...my lovely gloves that help me feel elegant while I'm washing dishes. Now all I need are the pearls and high heels!