Well, we know it won't be yardwork!
Speaking of, last weekend I helped my husband install a new blade spindle, the drive belt, and three new blades for our riding mower. The worst part of the whole thing was using a garden spade to scrape and scoop out molded, compacted grass clippings that haven't been discharging when I have mowed for the last four weeks. But other than that, it wasn't bad. I felt right proud of myself for my contribution to the job.
The weight watchers attempt is moving right along, but I still haven't added in the exercise factor yet. I am half a pound away from 15 lost. I have slowed down to a little over a pound a week, but it's a pound in the right direction. Kind of like waiting for a referral, you just get up and make decisions and live each day, knowing that it is bringing you closer to the goal. I think Christ understood the gradual nature of our becoming more like Him than WE do sometimes. He told us to daily take up our cross. He told us through Paul to forget what is behind and press on toward the goal. So, we're pressing on.
Congratulations to the waiting families who are finding out more about their new little bundles of joy. We can't wait to join you!!
And we still have kittens if anyone is interested in some strange looking, hard to capture, feral barn cats.