For tonight…

Because I really didn’t have a post prepared for Thursday, I’m working on this blog post at night.

Outside my window…the stars and moon, and the summer heat.

I am thinking…about my calendar that has lately made me desire a tranquilizer.

I am thankful for… the Lord.

From the kitchen…I have a mere empty fridge.  I’m also out of milk.  Yes, this means I am officially in starvation mode. SOS.

I am wearing…while I’d like it to be pajamas so I can retire for the night, I am still in my black jumpsuit.

I am creating…solutions to my problems.  Somehow, Psalm 46:10 comes to mind. “Be still, and know that I am God.” I know He has all of this handled and I praise Him for it.

I am going…to continually refresh my mind every single day.

I am reading…Bible Bible Bible and stacks of bills.  Boo (about the bills).

I am hoping…For some wonderful rest paired with a great sense of joy and accomplishment as I continue this week working hard, and seeing those that I love.  I am also looking forward to doing things not for myself, but for the benefit of others.

I am hearing…the humming of my computer and the AC kicking on.  It’s hot here, you know.

Around the house…tons of garbage currently in my office.  I’ve come to the conclusion that the reason I am “purging” so many things and reorganizing might be another way for me to control something since I cannot purge my calendar at the moment.  Praise God for his tenderness, patience, assistance, and humor as he holds my hand through one of my wacky phases.  Pray for him. *wink*

One of my favorite things…lately has been finding out that my photographs have been published on a blog. Last week one was the and today, another wedding was featured on Emmaline Bride’s blog here.

A few plans for the rest of the week…wow you really want to know?  OK.  Lunch, then a church ministry meeting, oil change, lunch with a girlfriend, a phone appointment with my accountant, client website updates, seeing my sister Ariel, shooting a high school senior, driving back, church and seeing my spiritual mentor, and then drugging myself to sleep to start the next week.  While it all sounds crazy, I am looking forward to every event.

A picture to share…my Facebook friends thought this was a riot.  Thought you’d enjoy.  Make your own here.

Diana Elizabeth tried an experiment of blocking one of her bests on Twitter just to see what would happen.  Unfortunately that game backfired and now they can barely communicate via Twitter which really isn’t that big of a deal since they talk via text, phone and email, but still.  Don’t play games or mess around on Twitter, you cannot undo.  Speaking of, are you following her?  @dianaelizabeth_ She promises not to block you if you follow her.

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive thrift shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next creative themed party. She continues to blog weekly.


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