It’s a cool, quiet Sunday. Except for the pain in my neck and ears, it has been a very enjoyable day, even though I spent most of it in bed with heat on these parts. I just know I’ll end up with tubes in my ears. I don’t particularly like the process in insertion, but I do like the results, as I’ve had this done before. The neck pain is another story.
Libby has been good to me today. She went off to early church this morning and about 9:45 she texted me asking did I want a chicken biscuit. She was at Mickey D’s. She thinks about me in ways that are so simply yet wonderful to me. She made lunch around three this afternoon from a chimichanga recipe she found on the internet. It was really good. I helped her clean up afterward.
We watched a new program we found called Top Of The Lake set in New Zealand mostly, but also includes Australia. It’s about a drug lord’s missing pregnant 12 year old daughter who is more Thai than native New Zealander. We also started watching Rectify. That is a fairly gripping new series about a young man who went to prison and sat on death row for 20 years and was exonerated, but local townspeople in charge want to send him back to prison, so the plot is just beginning.
I enjoy our weekends together. We went to church last evening together for the contemporary service. Very few show up, but still Lib and I go to meet with God first and foremost. Pastor Gary gives people the opportunity. It’s their loss. We stopped by Hwy 55 for bacon cheeseburgers, chili cheese fries and onion rings. Can anyone say the diet went to hell?
I’m feeling Libby has come to a point she wants more of God in a deeper way, but hasn’t realized the interpretation of those feelings yet. Plain church has lost it’s appeal to draw her. She needs more. I think it’s time to visit a church with a full Praise and Worship service in motion to let her bask in the presence of the Living God.