Jun 032018
 

Sunday Reflections

Outside…
83° and another cloudy day but only a 20% chance of rain today

Thankful…
For spending the day with my daughter (& her family and her in laws) yesterday for her 36th birthday. We went to Yomato Japanese Steak House and the food/company was great

Reading…
The Shortest Way Home by Miriam Parker (Kindle)

This Is Me: Loving the Person You Are Today by Chrissy Metz (print)

Listening To…
The Upside of Falling Down by Rebekah Crane

Watching…
I loved Monk when it was on, sad when it went off the air, so I’m binge watching it and loving it

Fitness…
I went to get blood test results a few days ago and everything looks good which makes me happy

In The Kitchen…
Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Corn

Today’s To-Do List…
Need to go to Shoe Carnival and do some other shopping

One of my favorite things:
Publix has a cream filled powdered Long John that I never tried until the other day and it is AMAZING!

Looking forward to…
Going to the beach this Friday with my daughter & 2 grandkids

A Favorite Bible Verse…

From the camera… 

  18 Responses to “Sunday Reflections: 6/3/18”

  1. Never a truer word was said (your excerpt from the Bible)

  2. Well now I want one of the Long Johns and I need to go to Publix today anyway because we’re out of milk. I think I might just have to splurge! Glad everything looks good on the blood work. That’s always a relief! Enjoy your trip to the beach and have a great week!

  3. Happy Sunday, Vicki! Thanks for sharing your reflections, and for your attitude of gratitude. Happy belated birthday to your daughter! The photo of the Mallard ducks is very cute. Have a super week ahead!

  4. Glad you had a good day with your daughter and good blood reports! That’s a good verse and good advice!

  5. Enjoy your time at the beach… nothing like it!

  6. It’s very true Mystica!

  7. The long John sounds good! And I love the picture. Yes, good to do Sunday Reflections!!

  8. I had to look up what a Long John was because out here we call them bars.

    Enjoy the beach this Friday!

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