Saturday that didn’t go as planned

January 28, 2012 at 10:54 PM Leave a comment

Maybe you have been here before, no matter what you did your day didn’t go as planned. Well this Saturday was one of those days.

It all started last night when De-Ann came home from work sick. She went straight to bed and stayed in bed most of the day today. Because De-Ann was sick, I was on Daddy-duty all day.

I played with the kids, gave them lunch and then put them down for a nap. During the kids naps I did an errand I needed to do before February 2nd. I’m glad I did but I probably should have been working on my sermon.

After nap, the kids got up and I was back to hanging out with them. De-Ann came down to say “hi” to the kids and fell asleep on the couch. She was still sick. Eventually she went back to bed where she stayed. Because De-Ann went back to bed I wasn’t able to attend one of our small groups that was starting tonight. I was bummed.

So I stayed home, fed the kids then bathed them and put them to bed. Finally after they were both in bed I was able to relax…I mean continue prep of my sermon. My title is simply: Should We or Shouldn’t We Judge? Matthew 7:1-5.

It’s almost 11pm and time for me to go to bed so I can get up bright and early to do more prep. Thanks to everyone for your prayers as I prepare for this sermon and tomorrow. They mean so much.

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