Thought Patterns:

When you see this in someone's home:


You can assume one of a few things:

  1. The frig needed to be cleaned out.  (It didn't.)
  2. The residents are getting ready to move.  (We're not.)
  3. The kitchen is being remodeled.  (HaHaHaHa!!! oh, sorry…I guess that is a legitimate option…)
  4. Something is wrong with the frig.  (Ding, ding, ding!  We HAVE a winner!!!)

<deep sigh…>

Yeah, the inside temperature of our refrigerator is about the same as the outside temperature at our house:  the lower 70's.  That is not good.

So, my Dad will be coming over later to check it out.  We are hoping and praying that it can be revived and renewed and renovated and repaired and resuscitated.  You can see I have given this a great deal of thought!  🙂

(Praise the Lord for daddies who can check on things like this…and for the baby brothers who have learned almost as much about these things as the daddies know.)

Weather Patterns:

Meanwhile, Isaac and I have been watching this:


We have the windows open and are pretending it is very cold and we are snuggled around the fire.  (I think I just saw Poppet the bird shiver!)  Cold day in Florida today – low 70s in the sunshine.  Of course, we have Christmas music playing too, but you already knew that, right? 

Clothing Patterns:

And Isaac is dressed like this:


[Of course, the pattern on the shirt doesn't really count.  You can't see it, right?  It's camouflage!!! :)]

Now, don't judge my hubby's handiwork too harshly. ;)  Here in Florida, we don't require too many sets of pajamas with long sleeves and long pants; so it's hard to find one of each, much less a pair that matches!  Then factor in the fact that he has already had 3 diaper/pant changes today, but his shirt was dry, and why change things that don't need changing, and  …well, you get the idea!

Rest assured, we would not take him out in public like this.  We would at least put on the shiny, electric blue pants, because that would be so much better!!!

Do you have big plans for the weekend?  We are planning to have dinner and dessert with family tomorrow, and I have a special day out tentatively planned for next week with my sweet friend, Mrs. C.  Lord willing, we'll be dining at the Cheesecake Factory.  I have never been, can you believe it???  I am really looking forward to it, and hope that nothing hinders us.  We've been planning this since last November!!!  Sad, but true! 😉

The ladies trio that I sing in is scheduled to sing Sunday morning in the 11:00 service.  If you are not able to get to your church, feel free to dial up our service.  You will find it here on our church's website.  Just click the "Media" tab, and the "Live Service" option.

May God richly bless you this weekend,


4 thoughts on “Thought…Weather…Clothing…

  1. So sorry your frig is out. I hope you didn’t loose to much stuff. That happened to us this yr once. Not fun. I sure hope your Dad can fix it. Don was able to fix ours. In the freeze part that Don took apart there was a build up of Ice that kept the temp from working right and the air from going into the frig part. So he was able to fix it. I hope it is just something simple like that.
    Hey, I really like your fireplace video. Could you tell me the name of it?
    We will go to church on sunday but I will check out your link. Thanks.


  2. UhOh on the fridge! Praying your dad can get it back into working condition. If we lived closer I’d give you a fridge – we have an extra 1 a student gave us! But, I don’t think a fridge will fit in my suitcase – sorry!
    Hugs & Prayers!!


  3. Oh no!!! I do hope that your dad and brother can get your fridge back up and running!
    I sit here freezing (okay, so it’s 39 outside, but it feels freezing already!) thinking of your nice warm temperatures in Florida. Mmmmmm, maybe I’ll put a picture from Florida up as my desktop! 🙂


  4. Oh dear on the ‘fridge – I hope it’s fixable.
    I like your fireside pictures – Isaac looks nice and cozy! It’s pouring with cold rain here, very November in England weather. Not as cold as snow but definitely wetter and more miserable. I think we’ll copy you and snuggle around some music!


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