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"E" is for Eagles! (Jan. 13th)

Sunday, January 13, 2019

First up today was worship and it was exciting to find that the new sermon series is going to align with the ladies study as we are studying 2 Corinthians and the series is on 1 Corinthians. Will be helpful to be in the same topic (sort of) two times each week.

I barbecued hamburgers for our lunch and now I'm hanging out watching football with sleeping pups nearby. Isaac is in his room and Tim and Maegann are off to the junkyard to shop for parts and pieces for her car. It's fun watching them both coming and going from the garage and talking cars. Nice that Tim has a different focus today other than the construction project and I love how much time those two have spent together over the past three days.

Tomorrow morning I will be taking Maegann to see her Neuro doctor and then she has to work at 4. Isaac has basketball practice right after school so I will have a couple hours to myself. I will probably need to do a little paid work, but I plan to do as little as possible.
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    I keep forgetting to tell you that I'm loving the titles to your blogs. So creative!

    Glad you had a good Sunday.
    334 days ago
    It is great that Tim and Maegann are bonding over the "new" car. Enjoy your Monday!
    334 days ago

    What a wonderful day and I know that tomorrow will be wonderful too.

    I was using my Gazelle and watching the game but I started my prep solution for my colonoscopy tomorrow so I am taking a break and sparking while listening to the game. I see you're for the Eagles and I am rooting for the Saints so we have a bit of a rivalry going on here!!! The first quarter the Saints were a mess!!!


    - Nancy Jean -
    334 days ago
    Have a great day!
    334 days ago
    Enjoy your day. Glad that they are having fun working on the car.
    334 days ago
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