Sunday Matters: Time is a Beast

Sunday Matters

March is nearly over (can you believe it?) and California is drowning in water for the first time ever. We’ve had so much rain that all the lakes and reservoirs have to be  emptied to allow for the snow run-off. The pot holes all around town can kill ya! I hit one on the freeway and nearly ran into a big rig. They are supposed to fix them this weekend but that will only happen if it stays dry long enough. Sink holes are popping up everywhere too. It’s wild.

Right Now:

Per the usual schedule, I am headed to student ministry and then will go down for a nap right around 2pm. Ha. Those after church naps hit different and with all my autoimmune battles I cannot function without one. This past week was me on the struggle bus just trying to get through the day. Autoimmune exhaustion is rough because sleep doesn’t really fix it. I just end up dragging myself around until I can get home. Plus, you look fine on the outside but feel dead on the inside. I know some of you can relate.

This Week:

I don’t have much this week but I am going for my 3rd ultrasound for that breast lump detected over two years ago. It was larger six months ago but they still just wanted to watch it. If it’s larger this time they really should do a biopsy IMO.


The Cabinet of Dr. Leng by Preston and Child. I love Agent Pendergast! I’ve really only glanced at this a few times because I picked up Beth Moore’s memoir All My Knotted-Up Life and have been riveted.

All My Knotted-Up Life


  • No TV but I did see The Jesus Revolution at the theater with people from my church. Someone reserved the entire theater for volunteers so we saw it together while the hail was coming down outside. The movie was great!

Grateful for:

  • All of you. With my current health situation I’ve not had the energy to comment too much but I am reading blogs here and there.
  • Our new tax guy. The lady who did our taxes for over 19 years retired so we had to find someone new.
  • FaceTime with the kids and kitties.

What are you looking forward to this week?

9 thoughts on “Sunday Matters: Time is a Beast”

  1. I can’t get over how much rain California has received this winter. Lake Shasta looks amazing compared to the past two years! I know it’s causing a lot of problems with landslides and sinkholes, though. We used to have terrible potholes in Nebraska, and now we have terrible roads due to erosion and logging trucks traveling up and down Hwy 101.

    I’m so sorry you are so exhausted. I can’t imagine life with autoimmune issues, but I feel for you. I also hope you get some good news about the lump in your breast. {hugs}

    1. Thank you. This exhaustion is something else. It’s like my tank is empty. I do hope they decide to do a biopsy if the lump has gotten larger. I don’t know what they are waiting for.

  2. I am sorry you are feeling exhausted and am glad to hear you take naps. We are in for a couple more days of rain this week, it is just amazing, isn’t it?

  3. It can be rough with autoimmune issues. I hope you get some relief soon. I am really hoping they biopsy that lump this time. I’ve been thinking of you. My daughter had her roller skating party this weekend and had a blast. It was a good time, if a bit loud and chaotic for me.

  4. Sinkholes are terrible. Florida gets more than their share of them.

    Praying all goes well with your ultrasound.

    I have the audio of All My Knotted-Up Life.

    I saw The Jesus Revolution with my daughter a few weeks ago and we both loved it. Then a friend told me I should google Lonnie Frisbee. I did and was shocked.

    1. Lonnie definitely had some issues which is why he and Smith went separate ways.

      Beth Moore’s book is so good. I do not want it to end.

    1. I have to see if we have the right streaming platform for Yellowjackets. I’ve heard from many that it’s quite good.

  5. It’s hard to believe all the water in Calif. We are flying into the desert for a visit mid-April. Can’t wait. Should be green.
    I hope you feel better and the ultrasound goes well.

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