Monday, June 30, 2008

Ha ha...just kidding

The drilling continues...

ARG! I tell you what...this is craziness! They blasted last week, yet they continue to drill on!! WILL IT EVER END?!?

In other news, our downstairs neighbors moved out, so we turned our surround system subwoofer level up to the highest it could go and watched "Batman Begins". Oh was SWEET! My husband was like, "THAT is what a movie should sound like on this system!" He'll have to enjoy it while we can. We'll probably have new neighbors in a few weeks. This is his small way of rebelling. :) ha!

We had a great time in Ozark, AL at the Klondyke Gospel Music Center (again) this past Friday evening. I was there 2 weeks ago, and at that time, another artist canceled for the June 27th spot, we we volunteered Allison. Since her hubby was up in Canada for a wedding, we took her down there. She did a great job, and we had a lot of fun with Ron Jeffers afterwards at the Waffle King. But oh how I WISH Alabama was a non-smoking state. We are so spoiled now in TN.

I sang at Lewisburg Chapel UMC & Cornersville UMC yesterday morning. Yes, two churches in one morning. Both concerts went really well, and I think it is going to become an annual event, which is really exciting! Hopefully, they'll also have a potluck each time too! :) potlucks ROCK! And who knew that there was such a wide variety of deviled eggs?

Kyle and I played Wii for the first time last night with our friends/neighbors, Ben & Amanda. (Backstory: Amanada and I went to App together, and then roomed with each other when we moved to Nashvegas to do our internships. She and her hubby recently moved back to Nashville and now live in our complex. Yay!) I wish I had video of Kyle playing tennis. It. Was. Priceless. The last Wii game we did was boxing, and it was a WORKOUT! My arm hurt afterwards, but thankfully, it wasn't prolonged pain. I'm sure we'll have many more nights of Wii with Ben & Amanda. :) Yay!

I basically took today off, and LOVED it. I needed a day like today. Our lives have been so crazy/hectic, that I felt like I couldn't breathe. Thank you, Lord, for days off. Even when you work from home, it can be stressful. Sometimes having the office right in your house isn't all that it is cracked up to be. Separating home from work can be a challenge, but I'm learning how to balance the two.

Speaking of, it is time to go to bed! I want to read a little bit more of "Surprise Me" before getting some shut-eye. I'll have to post about that book once I finish reading it. It's a pretty cool, yet extremely simple, concept. Just praying out loud each day, "Surprise Me, God."

Anyhoo, more later! :)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hope that drilling craziness stops for you soon!

I may have a gig for you at CWC in our next Union Cross Cafe....interested?