Stepped on the scale this week to find that I have lost 30 pounds (mostly since the beginning of February, which is when I really started trying). I have 40 more to go, so that according to the BMI charts, I will be in the normal range. Pretty exciting, both in terms of being healthier and being able to wear cuter clothes.
But, like everyone cautions, my life is not magically better because I’m thinner. I continued to get flack over the Foreclosure Safari post of a couple weeks ago (no one added a comment, they just told me they didn’t like it), and so I made some adjustments to the post – changed a phrase or two. I hope the objections will stop now.
On to the week –
Wow – it’s not always easy to do what you think God wants you to do. Today at church I heard that our Youth Minister is leaving his position and doesn’t know where God will lead him and his family next. THAT’s faith. And in the paper today, I read about this Pasco vet who is off to join a convent. Wow.
A couple got married at the Benton Franklin Fair and Rodeo this week. I wish I would have been invited. They had cotton candy at the reception! Yum!
Look -it’s not just the stuff of dreams and movies – real people win the Lotto, like this Pasco woman.
That’s it! Have a great week!