We got Tim's mom on her flight home, and headed out for a few days away.
Tim is taking a certification course for septic inspections(doesn't that sound fun?), and I am along because he wanted my company! Yay, me!
Two nights away in a nice hotel? Time to myself?
Win - Win.
It's the perfect recharge that I need. We'll be starting school in a few weeks, Nate and Kayleigh get married in 8 weeks, Tim is making changes with work (more on that later). After these few days, I'll be good to go. At least that's my plan.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
A Few Days Away
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Yay, you, indeed!!ReplyDelete
May you have a delightful time of refreshment and recharging. May the Lord speak to you in the quiet. Rejoicing with you as He has supplied this gift. Hugs...
We own a plumbing shop so I'm glad he's taking the course. We need decent inspectors...Hope he does well!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time of just doing Nothing!
when my husband traveled for business i ♥'d tagging along, staying in fancy hotels, and spending the day reading, people watching, writing, and resting. enjoy your time - i know you will. :)ReplyDelete
Enjoy your re-charging time. We all need that from time to time.ReplyDelete
God bless your time away! It sounds like a God plan.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time away! It sounds good!ReplyDelete
Oh, good for you! (The little getaway I had anticipated this week at the National Convention of our denomination dissolved when a gentleman from our church died and funeral is scheduled for Friday.) One of the blessings of being a pastoral couple is being able to stand with our beloved church family in times of sorrow.ReplyDelete
ENJOY!! ENJOY!! ENJOY! you have a busy schedule ahead! Thanks for your sweet words of encouragement!.ReplyDelete