Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Behind my time as usual

It's Wednesday. Of course you know that, but I somehow missed the fact that Monday and Tuesday went by and I hadn't posted this week's Walk Thru Scripture. I had to get set up with things to travel up to Indianapolis last week and I have been behind my time ever since. It was a very *very* long drive up and back in one shot. I finally got home Sunday morning in time to hit my bed after 24 hours of driving time. I could easily have stopped along the road on the way home and slept a bit. It was a miserable time, and I actually love driving.

Trust me when I say if my backside didn't have to be back in the van every morning to pick up the grandson, I wouldn't be driving anywhere for a while. He's lucky he's a cutie patootie.

However, in my walking zombie state Sunday...and Monday...and apparently Tuesday...I piled my desk with Dewey's office things brought home with my, misplaced the reading schedule for the Walk Thru Scripture under it all, and...

Truly I am still recouping my conherency from that blasted long drive. Only good part was I got to see my husband for lunch up there before we parted ways yet again, and I blew thru 2 audiobooks on the drive.

Here is this week's reading...
1 Samuel 15-17
1 Samuel 18-20, Psalm 11, 59
Psalm 7, 27, 31, 34, 52
Psalm 56, 120, 140-142
1 Samuel 25-27
Psalm 17, 35, 54, 63

And just so you don't all bail on this endeavor completely because of my apparent lack of methodology here, here is the assignments for next week April 17-23...
1 Samuel 28-31 and Psalm 18
Psalm 121, 123-125, 128-130
2 Samuel 1-4
Psalm 6, 8-10, 14, 16, 19, 21
1 Chronicles 1-2
Psalm 43-45, 49, 84-85, 87
1 Chronicles 3-5

You are welcome, as always, to join the Facebook group for our reading. We haven't had much discussion at all along the way. Perhaps if I get my act together here I can instigate some conversation there. I am also working on sharing more at Instagram and lightening my addiction to Facebook for a bit. We will be starting some farm market stuff soon so I needed to trim my Facebook cord a bit. Apparently I have quite an addictive personality and I get far too sucked into the vortex of Facebook quite easily.

Yes, moderation is one of my lacking filters.

There you have it. Other than being plum useless this week thanks to my foggy brain from the day on the road, I have been sewing, reading, playing with yarn, and tending those pups. The Man of the Homestead will be home tonight but has to hit the road again Monday. Hopefully some of the continually growing LIST here can be tackled while he's home. We'll see how that goes.

What's up in your neck of the woods this week?

3 comments:

Yvonna said...

As always I enjoy reading your blog. I too have lessened my Facebook time. It truly is a vortex that sucks you in. I am sure the good Lord would prefer us to do something else. Now, which audio books did you and the children (hopefully) enjoy? As for your grandson, he will be 1 soon. I can't believe my little grandson Sammy turned 1 at beginning of this month and he is growing fast. It's wonderful that we have 'cutie patootie' grandsons the same age. Until your next posting...Blessings from Missouri ♡

Mrs Dewey Smith said...

We just finished the 6th book in the Little Britches series by Ralph Moody. The kids (and me too)love them! I'd like to find the Little House on the Prairie set in audio but so far I haven't. I'm listening to the Candlewood series by Delia Parr myself right now just for relaxing. I've read them several times. I also went thru all of the Civil War related books in the Elm Creek Quilters series by Jennifer Chiaverini (http://jenniferchiaverini.com/books) and loved them as well. I think I'm drawn to the mid-1800s, LOL

I know!! Both our grandson's are growing so fast!! And yes...Facebook is a time vortex. I've missed seeing you pop in there as much. It's good to be away for a bit though. I should just cut it cold turkey for a bit but I need to keep the Walking thru Scripture series posted so I at least have that accountability.

Either way, you've got my number!!
Deanna

Yvonna said...

Those books sound great. I agree that we need to find LHOTP audio books, maybe Waltons as well. Im just gonna have to call you sometime and chat. Especially about where you get your audio books and talk about grandbabies. Blessings dear sister. ♡

Jer.6:16

Jeremiah 6:16
Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls.

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