We interrupt the scheduled "Job Saga" series for the following announcement:
Please remember Kristen on Tuesday, September 11, when she goes to the specialist for the amniocentesis to determine if there are any chromosomal abnormalities with either of the twins, or both. Her appointment is at 2:00 Mountain Standard Time. We appreciate all of your concern and prayer. Please pop over there and assure her of your prayers. Thanks!!
It's Sunday afternoon, the Broncos just pulled it out of the fire and won by a point, so all is well with my husband's and son's world. Check out Sema's (my daughter-in-law) latest post to get a Kenyan's point of views of our national pasttime. Also check out the previous one, if you want to catch a bit of her heart.
It is a fall day in my part of the world - 45 degrees when we got up, and only up to 54 at 3:00 in the afternoon. No sunshine at all. Kind of a nice change, but I know we'll be griping about the cold all too soon!
Thank you so much for your interest in my series on the jobs I had getting through college, and for your kind comments. There are a couple more of those to come, and then I'm trying to decide whether I should continue to modern times, or leave it at college days. What do you think?
I spent 36 hours in bed with a fast-moving, disgusting flu bug that hit during the night Thursday nght and kept me down until midday yesterday. I don't know what I'd do if I had to stay in bed for an extended time, because my back was killing me and my head ached from lying down so long. I have great empathy for anyone who has to be bedridden, and also for Kristen, who has had such a bad bout with nausea during this pregnancy.
I'm off to celebrate my SIL and BIL's 40th anniversary. Hard to believe - and we're coming up behind them with 35 very soon. How could we have possibly known each other for that long?
I'll see you Tuesday with Woman to Woman and my thoughts on Gratitude.
Have a great Monday!