Saturday, September 15, 2012

Simmering


My heart is full from the Experience Conference. I gave of myself (taught 4 sessions and I'm exhausted tonight), but I received so much more. I enjoy this conference every year. There's so much for anyone to glean from it, it's overwhelming. I always get amazing revelation from it but this year was different for me. It was a turning point for me with some things but I haven't thoroughly processed it yet to be able to express it. Right now it's just simmering on the burner of my life, but it'll soon be ready to serve up.

I had a good time with my husband this weekend. As much as I dislike being away from the kids (we were away from Jordan and Savanna -- Dustin was at Experience) and the dogs, it's so good to be away with the man. It wasn't a vacation, as we were busy the whole time with speaking and learning and connecting with other leaders. However, we have driving time and hotel time together and that means the world to me. I like to think it does for him too.

Speaking of simmering, tomorrow is another choir luncheon at Celebration and it's soup & sandwich day. We love spending time together in fellowship and working together. The photo above is a pot of soup I made when Larry and I were on a getaway together in the mountains. Yeah, I'm one of *those* people who take pictures of food cooking. :)  I didn't make soup for tomorrow but I did make my famous chicken salad and iced tea.

It's finally bedtime. So glad to be in my own bed and back home with everybody in the family and headed to Celebration in the morning. Sweet dreams, everybody...
 

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