I couldn’t help myself. I pulled over on a side road to take this picture. It only made me a little late for work. Fortunately, my boss understands.
When I got back home, this is what I got to do Friday afternoon. Look at the gorgeous blue sky. Ahhh…Spring!
A good wife always drives with the flashers on and follows her husband while he’s driving a tractor so no one comes over the hill and hits him. Of course, someone could hit me instead but we won’t go there.
Saturday I had the day at home by myself, which is a rarity, so I buried myself in the sewing room. That is, after I put soup for supper in the pot, made cornbread, a cake to take to work on Monday and cleaned the house. [sigh]. Once I did finally get to the SR I was able to complete my part in Baby Ella’s crib bumper. My friend Joyce embroidered the name on her fancy dancy embroidery machine & I put together the cover on my semi-not so fancy machine.
I also finished a few bibs
I’m on the home stretch.
I only have one more baby project to finish.
The other two grands came for a visit on Saturday night so Mom & Dad could have a date night which could be the last for awhile once Baby Ella makes her appearance. We so enjoy our grandchildren! They sure can make us laugh and we can’t hardly wait to add another comedian to the troupe!
And last but not least I have a need to tell you about a movie we watched last night. First of all, did you know you could rent movies off of Amazon? Slick, I tell ya! $3.99 for a 24 hour rental and you can watch it instantly. Technology, I tell ya! We watched “Get Low” with Robert DuVall, Lucas Black, Bill Murray & Sissy Spacek.
“Get Low” is a PG-13 drama with just enough humor thrown in to make it a joy to watch. Bill Murray had a line regarding snowflakes in July(I won’t give it away) that had me chuckling yet this morning in the way to work.
”Get Low” has an interesting storyline for sure. It’s loosely based on a true story that took place back in the 30’s in East Tennessee.
A big take away for me was the realization how people build their own personal jails trying to runaway from shame and fears or maybe because they feel it’s a punishment they deserve after they’ve messed up. I think we all do that from time to time. Maybe not to the extreme that Robert Duvall’s character did but we still do. When all we need to do is take those shames and fears to the cross to give it all to Christ and receive the freedom only He can give. If you get the chance, definitely give “Get Low” a shot. It’ll be worth your time.
Have a good week!