I always find these kinds of posts the best to start with when I have been missing from the world of blogging for a while.
Reading: I started reading "The girl on the train" by Paula Hawkins when we went to Katberg for the weekend two weeks ago and finished it during this week. I love reading and have way to little time for it these days.
Recent getaway: Two weeks ago Kobus and I went to Katberg for the weekend. This was our honeymoon destination 37 years ago and our first visit since. (I will do a further post on this later next week)
Laughing at: My grandchildren is a constant source of laughter to us. I love them to bits. They make our lives just so much happier.
Swooning over: My newly refurbished home. I took before and after pics but I really don't know whether anybody would be interested anyway.
Planning: To just breathe deeply and find time to create and blog again. These past few months were hectic. We have started with the Precept study of Revelation. There is never a dull moment at the Mission and each day brings it's problems and joys. For the past three weeks my home was upside down with painters, builders, tilers and ONE BIG MESS. I am enjoying the results and the bug has bitten me. I plan to just continue and give my guest room, Bianca's room and my study a make over too. Eating lots of: Comfort food. Soups, curries and stews. We have had miserable weather for the past two weeks which have been grey and very wet. I am so over the winter...wishing to feel the sun on my skin.
Feeling: Mostly happy and content...I realise just how precious each moment is. I want to make the most of each day and capture the moments before they slip away forever.
Discovering: That it isn't THAT bad to join my husband for a round of golf. While we were at the Katberg resort I joined him and drove the cart while he played. Thinking about: Lately I have been thinking a lot about life. I don't know if it is because we are doing Revelation or whether it is some other reason. I think on the shortness of life and the magnitude of eternity. I want to know that I made a difference...and that my life counted for something. So there it is. What are you planning to do with your one wild and precious life?