I'm getting my hairs did today :)
But I almost went to the appointment 5 hours too early. Don't you love middle age?
My daughter made bacon for me today. So good.
I have started M. Scott Peck's "People of the lie." Hard book and a big trigger if you have trauma. It will be a good read but I don't think I'll be reading it at my usual speed.
I had the privilege of seeing Os Guinness and Ravi Zacharias speak last night. Very thought-provoking and inspiring. Also got to meet some really neat people. Leah can't wait to be part of that world in a few years.
My anniversary is Sunday - 29 years! And campmeeting starts also. An even better way to start the 30th year, I think. It is also the one year anniversary of the graveside service for my sister. I think I will have made it full cycle through all the firsts. Thank God.
And finally, my son is on Mt. Kilimanjaro as I type. At midnight on June 20 (5 Pm today for us) they will make the final attempt to the Summit at 19,430 ft. They expect about 1/3 of the boys will not make it up due to altitude sickness. I pray they ALL make it. He is coming home next Thursday from this once in a lifetime trip to Africa. Can't wait to see him. We all are missing Andrew right now.
Here's a picture before they headed out for Mission work at the Maasai Village where they dug the foundation for a kitchen. Andrew of course isn't looking at the camera but he is sitting directly across from the boy who IS looking at the camera :)