Great Grandma (otherwise known as GG), enjoys her family.
Our Christmas then took an unexpected turn.
More family showed up (but other family members spent the day in the emergency room – giving the day a subtle, but tangible cloud as we waited for word of what was happening. At this point, all is well – so no need to go into the details.)
So, as we waited – some took the time to play, some to check their texts, some sat by the fire …
So today was my last day of work this year. I could’ve spent it finishing off a couple small projects that didn’t take much thought, but decided to tackle the writing of a lesson that I knew would be semi-difficult. I got up at six and focused ALL day and did not even play with the iPad (except to add a Nave’s Topical Bible app).
I finished at 4:00 and sent the lesson to my work e-mail, feeling good that I had tackled it.
Then went off to share a cinnamon roll and hot chocolate with a friend. The roll was kind of yucky, but the fellowship was great!
By this time it was after 7:00, but I decided I wouldn’t go home until my Christmas shopping was absolutely, completely done and I finally finished after nine. So, if I don’t have it by now, you’re not getting it.
Tired, but feel as if I accomplished a lot today.
Sorry, the new iPad is up and running – so I’m spending my time tonight figuring that out.
The skyline was clouded with a misty fog giving everything a brownish/grayish tint. The thin layer of snow covering added to the scene, giving everything an artistic, sepia quality.