We have had ice again this week. I was fortunate enough that Pam worked for me and I didn't have to slide to work. Thank you, Pam! I haven't been out since going to church and to Kimberly's on Sunday, but still no cabin fever! My sweet sister, Kimberly, had most of the "Jennifer Project" bags filled for me. She is such an angel. I got them all decorated for Valentine's Day, finished filling them and have them packed and ready for delivery. I have to go to the doctor for my annual cancer checkup on Friday, so I will take them to the hospital then.
I am almost finished with the final book of the Twilight series. I would never have thought that I would have gotten so intrigued with vampires and werewolves! How can someone think of a story line like this and keep us all wanting to read more....she is brilliant, for sure. She has captured the attention of the young and old alike. A friend at work left on a cruise this past weekend but made sure that she had the fourth book to take with her!
Kimberly lost her beloved cat, Sebbie, this week. She rescued him from a mean old lady that didn't want him anymore and was going to have him put to sleep. That was EIGHTEEN years ago. I am so sorry for her, I know how she will miss him. Our pets are such a part of our lives, and when we lose them, it is devastating. She did everything she could for him to keep him comfortable and happy.
I had made a promise to myself that I would try my best not to miss any of our new Bible study on Hebrews by Max Lucado. Well, it started on Monday night, and I had to miss the very first one due to the weather. I will do the lesson and go after work on Monday night.
I had hoped to get alot more accomplished while I was home this week. At least I got the "Jennifer Project" bags ready for delivery. I made several cards for the prayer list this week and finished a birthday present. I still have today, tomorrow, and half a day Friday. Hopefully, I will finish my book, get my Bible study done, the dogs a bath, laundry done etc. etc. etc. Just don't know where all the time goes, but I do know that it is precious and there is never enough of it!