Blog Administration, Daily Work, personal

Dealing With The Day

Today, I re-started my practice of writing daily devotionals. I had a little hiccough in the process, though. I use an adblocker because, well, ads, slow machines, etc. There are many ads that are presented responsibly – adblocker stops those that are the most annoying. The site I use to keep track of my Bible Reading wouldn’t let me open it unless I paid them money or allowed ads. After allowing ads, the page took forever to load. (Yes folks, that’s why I use an adblocker.) Eventually got the page loaded and then, because the site broke verses into a and b sections, the whole thing didn’t show because those designations mess up the search algorithm and I had to work around that. ::sigh:: But, the devotional got written. If you read devotionals, you can check it out at Unmet Expectations or a Better Plan

I finally put that picture clicky thing you see in the upper right corner of the blog that will allow you to download a free copy of the July August devotionals. They are a bit longer than the new style I started today.

I actually did some work around the house: laundry, tree trimming, and grocery shopping. I still haven’t gotten back into photography. It’s a little harder to try and do when you have a dog around. I’m not saying the dog was a challenge to work with, but I did encourage my wife to suggest that her college have a “Take Your Dog to Work” day. She didn’t sound too hopeful. Oh, and I spent deliberate time reading a book by one of my favorite authors: R.R. Virdi.  He’s on my “buy it” list whenever he releases something. While this wasn’t my favorite work of his, he’s still one of my favorite authors.

Today was just a day…but God was in it throughout the day.

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