Noticing God’s glory::
Autumn in Central Ohio is usually beautiful, but even moreso when we have so much great leaf color. It makes it a bit easier to commute against the color show.
In the CD player::
Still the Joyce CD. I’m all about it, as my brother would say.
Clothing myself in::
Nutmeg boots; a asymmetrical hemmed skirt in oatmeal; a blue v-neck top, and a cream scarf (linen, not knitted. I still need to knit a blue scarf for me!). Oh, and smartwool socks, which I looooove.
thinking and thinking::
About how to get everything into my days; I have been working on that, and I’ve been getting up earlier. I’ve added a workout to my almost daily schedule. But then with the workout comes two hours home at night in which to do everything–write, take care of the house, knit, etc. Eventually my goal is to be awake at 6:30, but right now we’re about 40 minutes short of that. Maybe “falling back” will help?
the idea of vocation, and what it means when what you thought your vocation was isn’t what you thought it was–or, God has a different idea of how to use your skills, talents, and desires. What is the best use of these?
Well I sort of touched on this, above. But there’s some things that have to be done in a rhythmic way–the mornings, especially, and the preparation for the next day in the evenings. Also, being sure I use the pockets of free time I have well, on the things that need done. (Does this make sense?)
Creating by hand::
My grandma’s Christmas scarf is on my knitting needles now. Hopefully during Tech Week I can get a lot of this done.
Learning lessons in::
Balance. Always, always balance. How to get everything in, in a way that isn’t a rushed thing, but a way that allows everything to work the way it should.
My friends with health problems
My pregnant friends
My World Vision child, Mery, who turned 13 today!
Cleaning the kitchen. I’ve been cleaning out the cabinets and the fridge over the last few weekends and stocking up on some fall essentials. So I have to sweep and mop the floor and deep clear the stove burners.
Just finished The House of Hades, the latest Rick Riordan book. I’m not as pleased with it as I was with others that he’s written. There’s some unnecessary “contemporary” problems in there and it’s sort of meandering. (I’m being vague in case anyone reading this is a Percy fan. )
Planning for the week ahead:
Tonight: workout at Pure Barre, and port access. Whee!
Wednesday: Eye doctor appointment; Pirates game. They better win.
Thursday: Another PB class
Friday-Sunday: Rehearsals for the show and Tech Week starts! We open next Friday.
Sunday: Possible Lay Dominicans meeting if I don’t have rehearsal on Sunday, but I”m fairly sure I will. Teaching CCD in the morning.