Outside my window . . . the sun is shining, but the wind is blowing and it is only 47 degrees! The weather forecaster says the temperature will not even reach 70 degrees, describing our weather patterns as a “rollercoaster.”
I am thinking . . . about how cold it is in comparison to this time last week when we had temperatures in the 90’s.
I am thankful for . . . home and shelter from the wild weather variations.
From the kitchen . . . the smell of coffee brewing is enticing me to take a break from writing and go pour myself a cup.
I am wearing . . . a cotton nightgown that is too thin to keep me warm on this cold morning.
I am reading . . . MckMama’s last post about her sweet baby boy, Stellan. So happy to hear that his condition has stabilized over the past couple of days! Praying it remains so!
I am hoping . . . that I have minimal interruptions at work today so that I can get a lot of tasks completed.
I am creating . . . an atmosphere of calm, peacefulness, and tranquility around me so that I can get into a “zone” that is most conducive to productivity.
I am praying . . . that the will of the Divine Creator be done in all situations.
Around the house . . . all is quiet. I am the only one who is awake.
One of my favorite things . . . is being the only one awake so that I can enjoy some quiet time in my home before leaving for work.
A few plans for the rest of the week . . . a brief trip out of town for business, a couple of appointments with doctors for routine check-ups and, hopefully, lots of items checked off my “to do” list.
Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you, urging you to pray not just for Stellan, but for all hospitalized children, their families, and their physicians and caregivers that they be given wisdom and the gift of healing:
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