Routines

I’m sorry I’ve been so quiet on my blog lately.  I have a feeling I may be hit and miss for a couple of weeks.  My goal, my plan is to get back into my routines as soon as possible.  I simply function better with them.  (379).  But please bear with me while I work on this list, and please bear with me while it seems that my thoughts are focused on funerals.  This is a hard eucheristo I am going through.

April 23:  3 gifts reflecting

  1. Eulogies   380
  2. Memories found in old pictures  381
  3. Songs on the radio  382

April 24: 3 gifts fragile

  1. Life   383
  2. Roses   384
  3. Health   385

April 25: A gift cloth, steel, wool

  1. A new skirt that swishes just right   386
  2. The plane that takes Dale to and from Chicago.  O Lord, please be with the pilot.   387
  3. A new costume with layers and layers.   388

April 26: 3 gifts moving

  1. All the words.  I can’t process them all right now, but there were so many.   389
  2. A small glimpse into heaven   390
  3. Hugs. I have needed them.   391

April 27: 3 gifts ugly-beautiful

  1. Coffins   392
  2. Funerals   393
  3. One last look   394

April 28: 3 gifts orange

  1. Construction cones   395
  2. Tangles   396
  3. The sunrise   397

April 29: 3 gifts in dirt

  1. Flowers   398
  2. Basil   399
  3. Seeds   400
  4. Worms   401

April 30: A gift given, made, sacrificed

  1. The Mother’s Day Boutique  402
  2. Lunch  403
  3. Time   404

May 1: 3 gifts tasted

  1. Cake  405
  2. Ice cream  406
  3. Chicken sandwich   407

May 2: 3 gifts flat

  1. Birthday cards  408
  2. Lost letters   409
  3. Pictures   410

May 3: 3 gifts found in difficult people

  1. Patience   411
  2. A chance to hold my tongue   412
  3. An opportunity to pray more.   413

That’s all for today.
Hugs,
Melinda

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