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Monday, July 28, 2008

If all else pictures

I've been having a hard time the past few days feeling inspired to blog. First, it seems like peeping into everyone else's life is far more interesting than everything I could have to say. Second, the building and the puppy are occupying every spare minute of our time as a family. And third, well, I've just been in a funk. You know how someone says something to you or about you and they mean it (hopefully) totally different than you take it? Well, that happened to me the other day and I've been trying to work through it.
There are times I feel like this blog is a bit of a sell-out. It's not the deep stuff I thought I'd be typing. But time and my life get the better of me. By the time I sit down and type at 11 at night, I am too tired to be deep and meaningful. And during the day, there just seem to be too many interruptions or too many other things I should be doing. So I am trying to be content with the season I am in, but it's one of those daily struggles for me.
I'm not sure if I am boring you guys to death with pictures of the new church building, but since that's all we seem to be doing these days (11:30 at night and my husband's still up there), it's what I have to share until a more moving muse inspires me...

Mimi and the other obm (okay, really her name is not obviously obm, but she does share my real name) mopping the floors. All the classroom floors needed to be swept and then mopped before the carpet tiles can be laid.

You are NEVER too young to be put to work, LOL. Two youth girls painted, and they shepherded their young apprentices. Sari enjoyed sweeping (or swinging the broom through the air), and L even got a turn with the roller.

My husband and C building the stage in the sound booth.
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Doug said...

1 Corinthians 4:2-5. It's only required that you be faithful to what He's given you. And that you are doing! It's obvious to those of us who know you! we love you!

Lisa said...

I'm sorry that you've been in funky land. That rots. I'll pray for you and I love you and appreciate your family more than you'll ever know... :)

Tiffany said...

I am loving all the church pictures. I haven't been able to get up there yet and it doesn't look like I will get there until after our first Sunday in! I do appreciate all the work everyone is doing and wish I could help! I really do! If only my feet would cooperate.