For the next week we will have our son, his wife, their two teenagers, their married daughter, her husband and their baby here visiting, and DD and her girls will also be here for the fourth!
Needless to say, there are some things that I normally do that just aren’t going to get done — like writing posts.
I wish each of you a happy, safe Fourth of July and I pray that God will bless each of you and keep you safe until we’re back in touch.
In the meantime, if you are so inclined, here are some favorite posts that I would like to share for each day during this “dry spell”.
Sunday, July 5 — When our son-in-law’s mother died, the priest gave a wonderful sermon. I share some of his thoughts here in There She Goes. Here She Comes.
Monday, July 6 — Nicknames used to be soooo much more interesting. I talk about that here.
Tuesday, July 7 — Here’s a favorite story about my friend, Pam, and I making a short road trip that turned into a very looooong one, in Should A Road Trip Ever Involve a Fire Truck?
Wednesday, July 8 — A girl’s first date should be sweet and memorable, right? Wellll, here’s the story of DD’s first date — definitely one of the two!
Thursday, July 9 — In my on-going battle with age, I wrote this post about wandering lips, called Did You Put That Lipstick on in the Dark?
Friday, July 10 — Hello, hello! Are you still there? If so, I have one last favorite to share. It’s about the time I wrote, and performed, a rap for the program at the retirement of a great guy who was head of the department I worked in at the truck manufacturer. It’s called Is a Bad Rap Better than No Rap at All? You can read it here.
And then, hopefully, “Poof … I’m back!” on Saturday.