2018: Page 46

Some thoughts, lessons, and/or reflections from the day:

  • I suspect there were clear skies and bright stars somewhere as I headed to work this morning but the dense fog kept me from seeing any of it.
  • God’s faithfulness remains whether circumstances cause it to be very visible or hidden from my current view.
  • As I went about my morning prayer, cleaning, and building prep tasks I found myself whistling again.  I suspect it’s a good thing my morning work is usually done in an empty building. 🙂
  • The foggy morning brought about a delay to the start of the school day so I used the extra quiet time to continue work at tracking down the current network setup in order to help facilitate better networking communication.
  • It has been quite a while since I’ve seen any deer at work and while I didn’t see any today, it was good to see their tracks lead from the woods up to my office window and then back into the woods.  I guess they miss me too. 🙂
  • I kept an eye on the network all morning as the school was doing online testing.  All reports indicated it went smoothly as the earlier glitches in the network became non-issues as I tweaked the network settings.
  • With the delayed start to the school day, I was well into the afternoon before I realized it.  
  • With the early disciples of Jesus anticipating His return at any moment, I wonder if my arrival late in the time-line of history will make that return seem even more sudden.
  • I headed out to have lunch with a friend who needed time with someone even more than he needed lunch.
  • While food is important, Jesus understood that the time He spent with His Father was even more valuable.
  • As I prepare to have a prayer ministry display at a camp conference in Ohio later this month, I spent some time working on some photo prints for my contribution to their vendor fair drawing.
  • Today’s photo is one I had a print made of for the conference.  Being the conference is focused on Ohio camps, the photos I chose are ones I shot in Ohio.  This one is of Brandywine Falls in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

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2 thoughts on “2018: Page 46

    • Thanks! I love shooting a rather low shutter speed to capture the movement of the water . . . but it requires that nothing else is moving, including me. 🙂

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