Thursday, May 29, 2008

Thursday Morning

And I am off to my very quiet church for a very quiet hour of I hope very earnest prayer.   I will probably stop doing this in June.  My prayer partners are going away on vacation in June, so I will need to be there when they are gone.  Then, I will be off on my vacation and perhaps I will make that my end.  I started attending another church in February.  I found a priest who is helping me with something and that made me want to attend his church.  At first I didn't like it because I liked my other church so much, but I have come to love it.  And it is now hard to be at the old church once a week... like my heart is divided.... but it really isn't.

At the meeting yesterday, one of my friends brought me four rainbow trout that he had just caught the night before.  I put them in the fridge of the club while I met with a sponsee after the meeting.  As the door locked behind us as we left, I realized that I had left the fish inside.  So, I had to go back later and get them.  It sure was fun to be there for the end of the noon meeting.  I got to see people file out of the meeting, and I got big hugs and hellos from a few I have not seen for a while. 

I grilled two fish (and gave two away) and had a nice dinner with my daughter.  

Can this get any more boring?
Have a great day everyone.  


Pam said...

I thought I smelled fish cooking last night!
I love knowing where you are on Thursday mornings.
Pray for my boy.

Anonymous said...

I love reading your blog.

Patty in Louisiana

(loyal reader for quite awhile!)

dAAve said...

not boring.

Zane-nawwaa said...

What Dave said. I worked with a woman name Lydia Brown. She married Brook Trout and became Lydia Brown Trout. They had a little girl and named her Rainbow. The dog was named Speckeled. Brooks brother was named Lake. I don't know how many more trout there are, but this is a true story. Albeit a fishy one.

Mary Christine said...

When I was a kid, I had a neighbor named "Barb Wire" I am not kidding. Really.

Mary Christine said...

And thank you Patty in Louisiana. I appreciate that.

Scott W said...

My dad was in the Army with a Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas.

Bill said...

My day-to-day life would sound boring to most people. All I know is that I am more content than I have ever been. That is enough.

My partner swore that he went to high school with a girl named Anita Dick. I doubted him completely, but his mother told me it was true. Yikes!