This week is spring break and the Ladies are both sick, so I steeped them up some stay well tea that Flower Child makes. I hope it helps them on the mend. We had a nice day at Church and have a busy week planned, two trips to St. Ignatius. One includes a stop at the ortho maybe to get the wires off. Cubbie and I have a tea party to attended with Lady and her grandgirl. The Ladies have piano on Monday and Friday they have basketball practice in preparation for a tourney next weekend, so all the days are covered. I would say that I am well and truly in the soccer-mom mode, but no one here even plays soccer. I have to find a home in the laundry room for all the vestibule of my class. Pick out a rug to donated to Twins fireman's auction to deliver on Tuesday. I am also going to be making my first vegetable soaps, this week, first one will be cucumber and then on to carrot. Alas no blueberry, or being a Montanan, no Huckleberry, to much acid and I have found no one who has successfully made blueberry or huckleberry except for fragrance oil and actually blueberry seeds, and sparingly using them at best. So, until I figure out a non-acidic fruit to try I will only be trying veggies, melons and who know what as long as it in non-acidic.
Well off for now, the Ladies and I are going to evening services later. I pray for you salvation. I pray that in a time of crisis, you reached out to the Lord and he as begins talking to you knowing you have a spark somewhere that in a time of need you sought him, and that your seeking of the Lord leads you to his word. Faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the Word of the Lord, please follow the voice of God, he does call to those who seek him, and he will lead you to Salvation....tomorrow.