Is this what people do as they age? Marvel at how fast time passes? We are halfway through May, headed towards Memorial Day weekend and JUNE! Blows my mind. I’m looking forward to the new Top Gun movie. It looks so good! Getting very excited for my daughter’s return on 5/19 as well. Also looking forward to summer reading on the patio and morning coffee dates. I suppose I should start compiling my summer reading list. I did pretty well last year.
Student ministry is meeting today and we only have a few more regular meetings until we hit summer programming and camp! Yes, I am going to camp this year! I am grabbing some last minute coffee, getting my bag together and I am out the door until later this afternoon.
My current read is Nan Rossiter’s new one, A Good Measure. It came out April 12th and Nan has offered me a copy to giveaway so look for that review soon. I am enjoying it a lot. So much so that I find myself rationing it out so I am taking my time with it.
We started Ozark Season 3. I think we are seven episodes in and I’ve been successfully avoiding Season 4 spoilers so far. It’s very good but if I had seen this show before my daughter moved to the Ozarks for school I am not sure I would have backed that idea.
- The opportunity to grow in my student ministry efforts. We have an amazing team of people who encourage growth and learning in all aspects of the ministry and it’s been so rewarding.
- Much needed afternoon naps. I was never a nap person before but they are my new favorite thing.
Have a wonderful Sunday and great week!
4 thoughts on “Sunday Matters: Looking Forward”
Sending good vibes your daughter’s way — right now. I don’t know if “marvel” is the word I would use. Despair? 😉 But there is hope. We’re only in our 50s. God willing and the creek don’t rise (or the ocean, as the case may be) ;-), we have more life ahead of us. That is always the hope.
I am hoping for good news for your daughter. I hope you enjoy camp this year. I bet you missed it. 🙂
Your daughter comes home soon and I hope you figure out what’s going on with her quickly. Enjoy those naps! I only nap rarely, but when I do I really love it.
I’m often surprised how quickly the hours, days, and months are passing. It’s especially disconcerting to not have any idea what day it is! I’m sure you are very excited about your daughter’s return. I hope she gets some answers to her medical issues. I didn’t realize she was living in the Ozarks. We have friends who love to spend time on the lakes down there, but we’ve never been.