Ok so I admit “What’s Up Wednesday” is a completely cheesy title, but I wanted to go with something like Thursday Thoughts, only today is not Thursday. In other words, today’s post is completely random and I am simply sharing what’s on my brain. Enjoy! =)
Libby is sick, AGAIN. She has had strep throat four times since October. This most recent time, I took her to the doctor for a bad cough (that she has been battling for over a month.) Turns out, she has that barking cough because her TONSILS ARE OBSTRUCTING HER AIRWAY. What a great Mom I am, right?
She goes for a sleep study next week and we are most likely looking at a tonsillectomy in her near future. I just want my baby girl to feel better!
My children have commandeered the closet under the stairs in our new house as their battle station. Which is funny, considering they all have their own bedrooms plus a bonus room to play in. Actually, I just love that they play together like this–they can imagine and play and entertain themselves for HOURS and it makes my heart so happy!
We still haven’t nailed down an official completion date for the house, but we are definitely getting closer and closer. Justin took off work this week to try and get a lot finished. I’ll give you a complete house update on Friday, but I just love this picture of him and my daddy on the scaffold hanging our crown molding.
I am a long-time fan of She Reads Truth for my bible study. On February 27, they are beginning their annual Lent study and I am oh-so-excited. She Reads Truth publishes three main studies each year–Advent, Lent, and a summer study. They share smaller studies in between these larger ones, but it’s the “big ones” that I always look forward to because I learn so much.
This year’s Lent study is a journey through the book of Isaiah. As always, you can purchase the study book from the website if you so choose. The books are gorgeous, but I usually pass on that purchase. I love the She Reads Truth app–it puts each days’ scripture and devotion right at your fingertips. I keep a mini binder with all my bible study and sermon notes, so I just record anything I want to remember from the devotion in my binder.
Now it’s your turn: What’s up with you??