Monday, July 23, 2012


Oops... once again, I've fallen behind in telling you about my comings and goings!  If you read recent Life with Lynnie (LwL) entries, you'll know that I wrote about being on course, July 9th.

Normally, at suppertime on Monday, July 9th, I would have taken dinner to my friend/ex-coworker C's apartment, but on that day, I did not. He had company. For close to a week, a childhood friend who now lives out west, visited with him.

After being on couse that day, it was actually a relief to not have to worry about making/bringing dinner to C.  Instead I rested for a short time, before attending my writer's group.

We met at the new location of the United Way building, on Giles Ave., here in Windsor.  Thankfully, the location is simple to get to, and has convenient parking. As per normal, we had a great meeting!

This past Monday, July 16th was a little different.

No, I didn't have a writer's group meeting.

Instead, I visited with my ex-coworker/friend C, bringing dinner with me. Yes, his company had gone home. So, we enjoyed conversation and supper, together.

While at C's apartment, I helped him with some computer work.

This made me slightly late for arriving at my church. Knowing how showers usually take up the whole evening, I wasn't too concerned about arriving later than originally scheduled.

The shower was for a church sister friend of mine's daughter. She's getting married, soon.  Again, congratulations to the happy couple!

It was a nice gathering. Almost every table in our fellowship room was filled with women enjoying the occasion. Games were still being played, while the bride to be was opening her lovely gifts.

By the time I arrived home, I was absolutely wiped out.  More than just tired.  Exhausted.

2 Corinthians 12:9, "And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me." 

Yes, Jesus makes me strong when I am weak.  All my strength comes from Him.  For without Him, I am nothing.

Until next time...

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