Monday, August 16, 2010

Church Yesterday

Yesterday, I was privileged to be able to go to church once again. It was really great to be among the members at Countryside Bible Church and feel the welcome that I received there. Carol and Daryl took me by a way that I can drive myself and not have to travel by freeway. Back roads are just fine by me. Ha.

After the services were over, we went back to Carol's home and had a quick lunch, then it was out again for Carol and me to a bridal shower being held in Emily's honor over in Arlington at the home of one of Emily's friends. There were about 20 or more in attendance, and it was a lovely occasion.

This morning, I decided to tackle the cardboard boxes that were stored in the garage, and put them a little more neatly in one place. I realized that I needed to cut up those that were not entire boxes, and so I proceeded to do that. I went out about 9 a.m. and began cutting and putting pieces of cardboard into the several plastic bags that were out there, and partially filled. Somehow, i had started filling several different ones. By 11:30, I had just about finished the job, and called Carol to see if she would like to stop by for lunch of sandwiches and she pulled up into the driveway about ten minutes later.

We went in and had a quick lunch and she had to leave and go back to work. It is really nice to be able to spend some time with her and I look forward to more days such as this one.

I am sleeping better now, and am getting into a natural daily rhythm of living, I think. Right now, i am at Carol's using her laptop, because i have to wait until Wednesday to get my internet installed at home. I will be here only long enough to do this posting and then I need to get back home for awhile. I have been invited over for pizza tonight, but I feel the need to get back home for a brief nap. Ha.

Well, that is about it for right now. This is Blabbin' Grammy signing off for now. Much love to each of you, my friends and supporters. Bye for now. More later.


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

One day at a time, Ruby. I know you're looking forward to your own internet.

Margie's Musings said...

You seem to be doing very well, Ruby. Stay busy. That helps.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

You;re doing wonderful Ruby, you have my utmost admiration.

Take care.

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Anonymous said...

Just felt the need to give you an online hug. I don't know what emotion the depths of your heart might feel - but I know the One who dwells there and I will continue to pray to Him on your behalf.
Deb TN said...

You're doing good!!!! I can tell you feel right at home already!