what’s goin’ on…

This week flew by, and I’m spending my weekend with some work, study, and maybe, just maybe, a little rest.

~ studying: Anglo-Saxon literature. I’ve finished up a few paragraphs on whether I see ofermod in The Battle of Maldon as a moral failing or a virtue. Some interesting stuff for this word lover. I’m reading The Dream of the Rood and getting ready to write a 1000 word paper on “what did the word wyrd signify to an Anglo-Saxon Christian?”. The Dream of the Rood is a rich, beautiful poem, and I love when my schoolwork moves me to doxology.


~ beginning a Bible study with some friends on Esther: I’m happy to have found a way to meet for a Bible study that fits in with my work schedule. God provides!

~ preparing to get back to low-carb eating: It’s the way of eating the feels best to me, but I haven’t had adequate supplies lately. I’ve shopped and will do some cooking this weekend to get me back on track. Meanwhile I’m finishing up my dark chocolates with caramel. πŸ™‚

~ wanting: Journibles!

~ shivering: it’s cold and windy today. I’m chilled to the bone. Here’s a picture I took looking through the ice on my windshield on a recent morning:


~ finishing: The White Horse King: The Life of Alfred the Great. It was assigned for my lit class, and I enjoyed it. I should be able to finish Trusting God Even When Life Hurts this weekend, too. It’s excellent!


~ organizing: getting my tax stuff in order and working on my budget.

~ laughing: at this rant & rave in my local paper. At least those of us in South Georgia aren’t tacky like those Yankees in North Georgia — bless their hearts. πŸ˜‰


I hope you’re enjoying your weekend,


2 thoughts on “what’s goin’ on…

  1. I love the Journibibles! I have the volumes for Psalms and Romans. Right now, I’m going through Psalm 119, and copying out two sections each day. It’s actually good practice for making nice writing. There is something sad about people losing the ability to write nicely, so I’m doing my part. I think they are just great. Hope you get some, too!

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