Our week centered around Hurricane Dorian. My daughter was out of school all week and my husband’s office was closed, so we spent lots of time at home together.
Thursday we had winds around 40mph and plenty of rain. We lost electricity for about six hours. When it was over, there was small debris in the yard and a few branches down, but that was it.
We’re very thankful that there was no significant damage here, but know that many suffered great loss due to the hurricane. Our thoughts and prayers are with those families.
Here are the posts I found to highlight this week.
Kay shares a very practical method for meditation that I want to use myself in Why and How to Meditate on Scripture.
Jennifer gives advice on How to Be a Godly Woman in a Modern World.
Brianna tells us How to Grow in the Busy Seasons.
As we headed down to Florida a couple of weekends ago to drop our oldest daughter off at college, my sister sent me Deena’s post Change and the Unchangeable. It was one of the best things I’ve read about sending your child to college.
I enjoyed reading through these 15 Easy Tips for a More Inviting Home.
Today we’ll just be over here getting ready for what will hopefully be a “normal” week ahead! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!
I’m glad that Dorian wasn’t too much of a bother for you. Those poor people in the Bahamas! Oh, my!
I enjoyed the posts on meditation and growing in a busy time. I figure my life will slow down in about fifteen years when Hannah graduates. 😉
Ha ha ~ your busy season will be quite a long one!! 🙂
So thankful Dorian was just a glancing blow!
I lovelovelove meditating on the word of God during my quiet openings & closings in all of my yoga classes!
“Change and the Unchangable” – oh my heart…
I want to do better about meditating at set times like that. I tend to always have something playing in the background – usually podcasts – that keeps my mind occupied. I’d like to designate a couple of times during the day when I have quiet to meditate.