So, I once more have nothing to do (surprise!).
Because of this, I just finished crocheting myself a cover for my Bible. It turned out all right for the little amount of work I actually put into it and, since I haven’t had work to do, it’s like I was paid to crochet a cover for my Bible, so it’s really not that bad of a gig.
I’m going to turn to reading now and finish The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe for about the zillionth time. Then I might color and start my way toward finishing another book. And, who knows, I might actually get some work at some point during the day.
Tomorrow, I’m bringing quilting stuff. I figure, as long as I’m here, I might as well stop whining about how work is not what it should be and stop playing computer games and do stuff that I’ve been putting off forever that are on my to-do list for the summer. A little crocheting? Quilting? Cross-stich? Much better than Solitaire, which makes you go crazy.
That’s all, I do believe. I’m being broken pretty heavily right now but, to be honest, I’m nine weeks into my summer and it’s about time. God has blessed me so much by keeping my mind at bay for this long, which was previously thought seemingly impossible.
It’s all proof that I’m growing and that God is still in the process of refining my mind. Praise be to God!
Mood: Content, surprisingly Listening to: A quiet office
Reading: C.S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,
Ed Decker & Dave Hunt, The God Makers