Isaiah 6:8

8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Project 365 - Week 26

It is that time of the week again.  Time for me to post my week in pictures and link up with Sara over at "...make music from your heart to the Lord."  This is week 26 and we are officially at the halfway point of the year.  It is still not too late for you to join in and start snapping.  This has been a crazy week.

Sunday, June 19th
I almost forgot a picture today.  Today is Father's Day and we had a phone call this morning alerting us to the fact the our pianist was enroute to the hospital.  I played all the hymns with the guitar.  When we got home we died.  The toll of the wedding we worked and family reunion from Saturday did both of us in and we slept all afternoon.  Honestly....I was comotose.  I went outside and say one of my daylillies blooming and captured it.

Monday, June 20th
Today we went to Alex City and took care of some legal business and got my hair cut at my friend, Jo's.  She has her house all decorated for the fourth and I loved this wreath on her front door.  She is so creative.

Tuesday, June 21st

 Our doxie owns the house and just allows us to live there.  Frank and Beau share a number of face-to-face conversations....especially when Beau thinks he needs to get his point across on what needs to be done.

Wednesday, June 22nd

We went over to Beth and Ron's to have prayer with her.  She is ill and needs to feel better.  They have an amazing yard and garden.  Beth's sunflowers are blooming, and we actually took that cabbage home and made coleslaw and cooked cabbage out of it.   I had forgotten how much taste cabbage out of the garden had.  We also were given some squash and my vegetable night was devine.  I took Beth (and Ron) a fruit cocktail poor mans pie.  Ron loves fruit cocktail so I thought I would give him some with a twist.  My mom used to make them because fruit cocktail was so cheap to buy.  Anyways....back to the garden, the baby squash are so cute and so is the little cucumber.  I love cucumbers.  WE NEED RAIN!

Thursday, June 23rd

Today was my daughters 31st birthday.  We went to Alex City to check on friend Mary who had had surgery on Tuesday.  Her birthday was last week when I was in Mobile and I had not given her her gift yet.  Her hubby, Bill gave her that really cool wasp catcher in my first picture.  Mary loves Fantasia and Mickey Mouse, she collects M.A. Hadley dishes and I bought her the blue salt and pepper shakers to go with her fleur de lis plate.  We took her to have lunch with her husband at Wendy's, messed around town a bit, and came home.  It was a good day!

Friday, June 24th

This was supposed to be my Sunday sign and I was going to say "nuff said."  I loved the little puppy lying in the shade of the sign trying to beat the heat.  Who knows...maybe he was a father....maybe she was a mother.  I just loved the shadow.

Saturday, June 25th

Today was CRAZY!  We had our cookout and spent the day getting ready for it.  Greg, Wayne, Taylor arrived early with the 20 x 40 tent.  We wanted to make sure people were shaded and cool.  After they left we finished steadying the tent and put up our own 10 x 10 tent.  I went inside and finished clearning the house and began preparing my part of the food.  We provided the meat, buns, and condiments....and asked our guest to bring a side.  We have some really good cooks in our church.  From salads, to desserts and mac and cheese if you left my place hungry yesterday, shame on you.  People began coming around 3:30 and by 4:15 Still Magnolias were singing our hearts out.  We stopped for a bit at 5 and ate and by 6 we were singing again.  I have to admit....singing again was AWESOME.  We have not had a whole lot of music in our lives in the past year.....and we need to fix that.  We finally wrapped it up around 8 when Mrs. Jean (in the read and white) came up and sang a couple of numbers with us.  It was so much fun and she enjoyed it.  It was such a fun day....but to be honest....I was dog tired when it was over and too tired to post this last night.   Have a wonderful Sunday!  I know I will.


LuAnn said...

Your dog is sooo cute - looks like some great family time too.

Kathryn Jones said...

Sounds like you guys had a lot of fun! I hate that we missed guys could sing for me sometime:) HEHEHEH! I love you Momma!

RaD said...

I hope your pianist is doing better.

Last night sounds like a lot of fun. Sorry I missed out. :)

skoots1mom said...

love BEAU!
my goodness ya'll were busy
down time is rare in a preacher's world...glad you got to nap some

bet that was great singing...

Sweet Tea said...

It takes a lot of energy to have that much fun. Get you some rest, Missy. Great photos!

The Cyber Hermit said...

Looks like a good time was had by all!

Robin @ Be Still and Know said...

Great week!

I love the dog resting in the shade of the church sign! Very metaphorical of how we should all live don't you think? Resting in the shade of God's love!


The Bug said...

That Beau is too cute - of COURSE he's in charge!

Thanks so much for your kind comments on my blog :)

Ladynred said...

Oh my I love your vegetable garden. Thanks for sharing your pics!