I can’t believe it’s Friday again. Does anyone else feel like they’re just running on a hamster wheel from day to day? Actually, some days I feel more like I’m in one of those clear, plastic hamster balls, and I keep running into the wall! Oh, well. Such is life.
After all of the ice and snow God gave us this week, my “shovel muscles” are definitely feeling…used. But, the landscape is beautiful dressed in white and things always seem a bit more peaceful when the temperatures are cool and the snow is glistening (as long as you ignore the dirty snow on the street). The calmness of the snow—even when it is falling rapidly—is perhaps just what many of us need in these hectic times.
If you’ve been dealing with winter weather, I hope you’re safe and warm. And if it’s not winter in your part of the world, well, lucky you!
Well, I hope you have a few moments to step out of your own hamster wheel and enjoy your week in review (kind of):
- It’s hard to believe that tea wasn’t always for everyone.
- This was a really interesting article on Shelley Duvall.
- On Psalm 36.
- Here’s your weekly dose of adorable.
- Wow, what a find!
- This is so sad.
- Even if it’s not a full reboot of Home Improvement, I might still be watching this.
- I haven’t listened to this yet, but plan to, because all too often it seems women—and ministering to them properly—is too far down on a church’s list of priorities.
- There’s a lot going on with the Ravi Zacharias scandal. I won’t link everything here, because you’re capable of using Google. I will share this latest statement from the RZIM board. I haven’t read the full report by the investigative firm and don’t plan to, but my heart breaks for all of the victims.
Before a word is on my tongue,Psalms 139:4-6 (CSB)
you know all about it, Lord.
You have encircled me;
you have placed your hand on me.
This wondrous knowledge is beyond me.
It is lofty; I am unable to reach it.