June 28, 2011

Ten on Tuesday

1. Today I turned the gas burner on to start to boil a pot of water. I put the prepared pot on the wrong side of the stove and decided to put my arm over the burner to get it.  Duh!  I singed the hair on my arm off.  Oops!

2.  I just found out that our local swim club actually has a miniature golf course in it.  We played last week and it was so fun. It was Corbin's first time.  Even Cody got a turn using the "bat" as he called it.

3.  Do you remember the song: He who began a good work in me?  You know? He who began a good work in me, will be faithful to complete it.  He'll be faithful to complete it. He who started the work will be faithful to complete it in me.  I love it.  I have been singing it all day.

4.  I had to share with you pictures of Corbin's kindergarten graduation.  I know I posted a bit about this already but kindergarten pics are so cute!  We had a church graduation with our homeschool group. Because it was Pre-K through 11th they did not do cap's and gowns for all (except the 12th graders who graduated the next day.)  We borrowed our cap and gown from a good friend and I was able to get some good photos - the sentimental kind!
Outside of the church before the graduation

Corbin getting a rose for me after receiving his certificate for graduation

5. I just started an awesome bible study on Trusting God tonight.  Perfect timing for me, that is for sure.

6. Summer sure has been a blessing.  I am blessed that I am able to sleep until around 8 or 9 am each day!  I love my sleep.

7.  I hate family drama. (I know - random - but I had to say it.)

 8.  I hate greed. Luke 12:15 Then he said to them, “Watch out! Be on your guard against all kinds of greed; life does not consist in an abundance of possessions.”

9.  I have been thanking God that he has put some really good Christian friends and mentors in my life.  I can't imagine going through life without a person to call on for prayer or encouragement. Thank you Jesus!

10.  I took a Gluten free cooking class last weekend and it was so much fun!  I made bread and tasted muffins and pancakes.  The bread part was awesome because as you know the last time I made Gluten free bread it didn't turn out so well.  This time is was exceptional.  I can't wait for more GF cooking classes. I received some yummy recipes and learned a lot.

1 comment:

  1. Corbin, I am so proud of you! You look great receiving your diploma and also wearing a cap and gown! ~Gina


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