The month of May was CrayCRAY! Sophie being sick, new puppies, spring basketball, spring volleyball, awards banquets, middle school graduation, Baccalaureate, high school graduation and all the junk the goes into all of that plus a bunch of stuff I can't remember now. It was nuts. I thought if I could just live until the end of the month and then through the first week of June when the state monitors would be at my real job for our annual review, it would be approaching miracle status AND I could take some time off. I lived, AND I'm off! Yea!
What have I been doing with this unusual spare time?
Playing with puppies.
Purchasing MORE crafty goodness. Not sure what I'm going to do with this yet, but it was my reward for making it through the monitoring week.
Catching up on my 1 Peter Bible study with #Shereadstruth
And making art. This one is almost finished. It's called, "Giraffing".
Maybe it shouldn't, but it still feels kind of miraculous when I make something I really like. I really like this guy. There's a quote from Robert Fulghum scratched into to the paint. It says, "Does the giraffe know what he's for? Or care? Or even think about his place in things. A giraffe has a tongue twenty-seven inches long and no vocal cords. A giraffe has nothing to say. He just goes on giraffing."
I feel a little like that sometimes. I don't know about my place in the world. And I don't really care that much because this world is not my home. I'm anxious for the next one! Until then, I'll just go on doing what I do and feeling blessed beyond measure.
May the good Lord bless you, too, friends, better than you deserve.