I found this wall art at work to add to the kitchen. Looks nice on this picture and in real life. Elv's gift of white oak shelves are still beautiful, don't you think? I'm never going to get tired of this kitchen.
I'm collecting "Thank You" spots in my life. My kitchen is one of them. I need these places to override other ugly voices of discontent and undoneness. Here is a good place to remember the good things and thank Him for a tangible blessing at the moment amid the clamor.
Morning in the swamp outside our living room windows at the cabin. It's dry up there this spring. No green yet and there is still frost in the ground. And snow here and there, especially in the woods.
Everyone enjoyed Sunday for our first 5th Sunday church in Minnesota schedule. A couple of the advantages of being a small congregation is that we all fit in a coach bus and in Lattin's living room of rows of chairs.
Good times of worship and fellowship. Our singing is good when we are all in one place. For me, the singing is what I go to church for. (I know, bad grammar). But seriously, the singing makes or breaks it for me. So that's my humble confession this post.
The Cabin, Another Thank You PlaceWe came home from the cabin this time saying, "Ok, now it is time to get wall coverings over that insulation!" Funny thing is, we have all the materials. Just need a good space of time to do it. And the three windows behind the table are to be replaced with three big windows, 12 feet of window! The indoors will move in to grace our every meal. Can't wait! We have the "new" windows, as well.
So there's my blog contribution for the week. We are busy with spring chores at home and at work. The dumpster is getting a workout here at home. Spring cleaning is like the clearing of a bad conscience. It's a great feeling.