Thank you for your prayers and well wishes for Christopher (if you're just reading, the last two posts were about his hospital adventure). Even though he was tired when he finished his classes today, he was feeling better already. He dropped me off by home and got ready to study with friends tonight. He has just a few weeks to catch up and the University is holding his acceptance until he finishes his Calculus class. He's even going to do a little fencing tonight, something he hasn't made time to do for awhile.
Oh my friends, I truly wanted to get the pictures taken today but I'm just too tired. The Dynasty has bitten the dust so we're working with one car. Today we had multiple errands to run since we've decided Wednesdays and Fridays are the days we can drop Christopher off at the college and use the car. We will stop by the shop where the Dynasty is parked to clean it out and give the title to the people there. They are going to coordinate getting it to a junk yard, the closest is in another town.
It is very sad to give up a car, it's always been difficult for us and this one has been with the family since Christopher was little. However, it was getting to be a safety issue so its' time had come after giving the family years and years of good service. All that to say... I didn't arrive home in time to get the pictures taken.
However, Thursday is to be an "at home" day (God willing and the creek don't rise). I'll take the pictures and give a review of the items and then show you what I'm giving away. It's actually my favorite of the items Dayspring sent but it's something you all will love. I'm so happy I agreed to review these products. It was the first time I accepted a non-book item (that I can remember) but hey... they are all tea time inspired!
So, I'll be back Thursday with reviews, a give away, and pretty pictures.
Oh, and yes... I forgot who asked if Christopher liked banana bread but I had thought of that very thing. I've already told him I plan to make him a few loaves. I sent two bananas with him today and another friend gave him one for lunch. I hope there is no such thing as potassium overload. :)
May I add... a very, very blessed Passover to my Jewish and Messianic friends.