Thursday, February 22, 2007

Bits and Pieces

Lots has been going on since I wrote last. Our dear daughter miscarried. You can read about it at She and Miggy accompanied me to the doctor in Angelo yesterday, and we had us a good cry on the way home. God is faithful, and it has been such a bittersweet blessing to see her and her precious husband go through this trial. God gets the glory.

I finally got some medicine so I can feel on top of everything again. Bubby visiting said it felt like I wasn't here. Blah. I feel better already. I've felt like I'm always fixin' to get bronchitis again (misery). Maybe this round of medicine will help.

The Bible in 90 Days is something I'd encourage everyone to sign up for. It takes a VERY strong commitment, as there is a LOT of reading in one day, manageable in smaller portions a few times a day. Sarah and I are about halfway through. It has been EXCELLENT. It's helped me so much to get the Big Picture, and a lot of the history in the Old Testament. The story of Balaam finally makes sense, too!

Bubs "loaned" us their deluxe treadmill--it even blows cool air on you! I got a few minutes on it this morning, as I can almost breathe normally today, and I got my most-wonderful Z-COILS! My plantar fasciitis is non-existent when I wear these! What a wonder! I will hopefully add a pic of the most comfortable shoes ever! (And I'm a tad taller, which, at 5', is quite nice for 6' hubby's kisses!)

I got some awesome pics of Bubby's beautiful tulips. I will add one here. I had a ball taking them. Just put up a black background and have fun!

Somehow I have Shaunna's pics from her blog scrolling on MY pics on my sidebar! Help!

Greg's preaching Sunday. We just had Forrest Keener come preach--he is a joy! Pray for us as we seek a pastor. We are blessed with three godly men (and a young man) in our church, and all three of them can preach and teach.

This entry is like a shotgun--all over the place!
Beans turned 5 on Monday--our only grandson. I took him to eat at Chili's, and we had a great time. He had $9 burning a hole in his pocket, so we shopped for toys. He is precious--Emmie, tell me what you want and I'll buy it for you! We have a special bond, we do. He promised that when he grew to be a teenager he would still hold my hand in the mall (like we'll still have malls then!).
The weather! It's in the 80s today, after a low in the 30s, I think. A preview of coming attractions....
And that's how I get caught up on blogging. Sorry, guys. I love you.


Vivi said...

I can goof up my own entry. GAK!

Anonymous said...

Great Blog! Reading the Bible in 90 days, is this something that you divided up, or is it online somewhere? Sounds good!!
Love you

Emmie said...

The Bible in 90 Days is online; I found it on someone's blog. It's been an incredible blessing!

Love you and yours, Misty!

Anonymous said...

You can find out about The Bible in 90 Days at

sarahdodson said...

Glad for the updates, Pwe, although I was privy to most of them:) SOOO happy those shoes are working for you and that you and Dad are at kissable heights. I don't think that stopped you before, though...

The 90 day challenge IS a blessing, and it's definitely a commitment. I'd encourage anyone to take part. How can you go wrong?

Love you loads! Good post:)