Wonderful weekends

As we endure 100 degree plus record-breaking temperatures here in Kentucky and much of the eastern United States, I am thankful for room-darkening shades, insulation, and air conditioning.

May your weekend be cool, and perhaps you will stay indoors to do some reading (here’s a Kentucky author who has captured my bookmark), or playing indoor games with the children, or sipping iced mint tea.

Remember last winter and the snowfall?  Was it only a few short months ago we were bundled in layers and shoveling snow?

Keep your body hydrated and soak your soul in the sounds of Fernando Ortega’s beautiful rendition of Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing.

How about starting an organizing project, like dealing with all those digital pictures on your computer, stored in your camera, or taking up room in your iPhone.

I am seeking to have a glad heart so that Sweet William will be refreshed by my spirit of joy.

Whatever you do this weekend, spend it with the people you love.  And tell them how much they mean to you.  Today is precious.  Make it count.

Much blessing to you, dear friend, on this wonderful weekend ~

I’d love to get your feedback on “wonderful weekends,” what I hope to be regular posts.

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4 thoughts on “Wonderful weekends

  1. I love Jan Watson. Just finished her 4th in the series “Skip Rock Shallows”. Going to a book club at Southeast in July to see her. I’m so glad that you enjoy her too. Stay cool–if you can. Much love.

  2. All of your writings are so inspirational. I live in Central Texas and the other day it was 106 degrees here. I so agree with the thankfulness of air conditioning and iced mint tea!

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