I don't get sick too often, but when I finally decide to do it, I do it all the way. What started on Wednesday as a stuffy head and watery eyes, has developed into a full blown sinus infection. I knew it was bad when my young friend Jonathan came by this afternoon to sing his contest piece for me but decided to come back another day. He looked at me and said, "I don't mean to be rude, but I've never seen you looking quite so bad." Uh, thanks, Jonathan. Seriously, I am rum. dum.
But somehow this week, by God's grace, I've managed to finish the four books I'm supposed to be reviewing for our Ladies' Spring Fellowship tomorrow and prepare a power point presentation. My 13 year old son is trying to rig up the power point projector right now and having trouble with the VGA cord. His dad drove him out to a friend's house to snag another cord and hopefully, this time, it will work. I'm speaking on the subject of The Importance of Books in the Lives of Christians and then I'll review four of my recent favorites: The Hospitality Commands, Feminine Appeal, Parenting in the Pew and Girl Talk. (See side bar for book links.) I've got tons to blog about, but I don't want to put any of it up until I've first shared with our church. So you'll just have to wait.
And there you have it. I haven't disappeared again-- I've just been swamped with sinus fluid and a pile of books! Hopefully, I'll have lots to say next week. Until then, ah... ah... ah... CHOO!!!!!!!
(I heard that "Bless you!" Thanks.)