{Grateful for routines and not routines}

Photo: Almost sunset at Jakes Point, Kalbarri Western Australia July 2011

Grateful for the lack of routine around this place for the past week.  It’s meant that there have been lazy breakfasts when everyone is up.  Books read, recipes made. Countless Lego cities raised and later razed.   The sewing machine has stayed out and I am getting some creative time in.

Grateful that I started the Multicultural Holiday project.  This means that there is something to count on (almost) everyday.  The kids have loved it – even though on a few days we didn’t start till late in the afternoon.

Thankful for the routine of worship in my household.  Today is Sunday and today we can worship our Heavenly Father on two occasions.  Thankful that we can do that in freedom.  I’ll be grateful when I can go this afternoon as I am staying home this morning.   It’s not often that we don’t go together as a family – but as the little kid isn’t too well, and having a few funky side effects from her new meds – it’s a bit of TLC time for the two of us.

Thankful that I have been able to start this book along with our lunch time devotions with the kids during the holidays.

Psalm 122: 1

I was glad when they said to me,
     “Let us go to the house of the Lord!”

Linking up with Maxabella loves 52 Weeks of Grateful


3 thoughts on “{Grateful for routines and not routines}

  1. Just letting you know that the cover of that book printed incorrectly … the picture on the website is correct but for some reason it printed minus the mask … hmmmm …

  2. Pingback: Grateful for {book club reconvenes} | little bit of thyme

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