One of my favorite Acapella albums has always been Set Me Free. It is packed full of fabulous songs, and is, in my opinion, some of the best road trip music ever! Wonderful music for adoration of our great God and Savior, for refocusing our thoughts, and more. The fact that it was the soundtrack for the Arizona trip when God first started pulling together the hearts of Jonathan and I – icing on the cake!
I suppose this post should have come before the “packing” post, shouldn’t it?
I’ve been quite busy with packing the last couple of days. I’m still not supposed to be lifting things, and I’m so thankful for my helpful boys. I get a box full and call, “I need some muscles, please!” And the feet come running. What a blessing!
For those who might just want a quick peek at our weekend family camp at Dayspring, here are a couple of slideshows:
Besides letting the blogger know that you read her blog, the “follow” feature also puts the posts in the “Blogs I’m Following” tab on your Blogspot dashboard. I still use my Google Reader, but this feature might be handy for some folks.
I’ve noticed how neat this gadget is on Mary’s blog, and I know from my sitemeter that I have a few readers. Will any of them admit to it publicly? We’ll see!
As I mentioned, I had some outpatient surgery under general anesthesia last week. I thought some of you might find it interesting if I posted a bit about the stuff that they did to get me ready for the surgery.
I’m glad to say that I’ve been home for a few hours (most of which I’ve spent sleeping). Things went well with the surgery. I am in too much of a fog to type much, but if you want, you can read Jonathan’s update here.
Okay, I’ve been debating about whether or not to post this, but I think I shall…
I’m supposed to be at the hospital tomorrow morning at 7.30 to check in for outpatient surgery. It’s not considered a major deal, but to someone like me, general anesthesia is never going to seem like a minor thing.
Not sure if I’ll feel like checking in tomorrow evening or not, but I’d appreciate your prayers – both for peace for Jonathan and I, and guidance, etc. for Dr. S.
Our chapel (Believers Bible Chapel) had our first Family Camp this last weekend; we rented Dayspring Bible Camp. Though Papa spoke at Dayspring when I was younger, he didn’t take Mama, Eric, and I because it was so primitive back then! So this was the first time there for all of our family.