One Thousand Gifts, April 25

We had a very fun filled (i.e. busy) weekend, but I will save the recap of that and pictures for later.  I am busy today attempting to conquer this laundry mountain:



This is what happens when I am out of town and get behind on the laundry and do occasional loads through the week to get us through.  This is also why I try to be on top of getting all laundry done in one day because I hate laundry piled up and hanging around waiting for me to take care of it.  Our laundry room is in between the garage and the kitchen and basically the only entry we use, so there is no ignoring the fact that I am ignoring the laundry.  Wow, that sounded like a very complicated story about laundry.



395.        Reclaiming my house

396.        Catechisms

397.        Playing “football” in the park with the boys

398.        Micah coming home

399.        Cuddles and snuggles before bedtime with both boys wanting the spot on my lap—all too soon, this will end

400.        Finally scrapping a page

401.        Bible study with other women

402.        Smell of freshly cut lawns

403.        Cast your cares upon Him, for He cares for you.

404.        Coffee with a friend on the back patio

405.        A sweet chat with a friend in the midst of a the craziness/noise of a McDonalds playland

406.        Making it home before the storm

407.        Old hymns at Good Friday service, particularly When I Survey

408.        Laughter and joy on kid’s faces as they play ball in the backyard of a friend’s house

409.        The 1 mile fun run at OSU’s Scrub Run—pure childish excitement

410.        A Saturday with Micah

411.        He is Risen! He is risen indeed!

412.        Jesus paid it all, all to Him I owe

413.        Ps. 94:19  When the cares of my heart are many, Your consolations cheer my soul. (ESV)

414.        The ‘greening’ of the world that comes from spring rains

415.        News of a clear PET scan

416.        Four years since my diagnosis—each day a gift


 
and the aforementioned scrapped page:


Comments

Tiki said…
Congrats on a clean PET scan Becky. {hugs}
theredpumpkin said…
I've attempted the do it in the day laundry and I can't keep up with it but I like the idea. I have many piles right now too! When are our kids be old enough to do the laundry???!!! :)
Praying for Melissa and your family.
Monica said…
lol! you should try shooting your laundry from a different angle...like the floor...to make the pile look even bigger. as long as laundry doesn't include ironing i'm usually okay! :)

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