Sarah's 27th birthday was also in June. We didn't expect to see her that day, so Maggie bought her a little cake at the last minute.
This one I hope to try someday. I'll keep looking at the thrift shop for a used one.
Allen has ended his 6-month employment at the Sakura restaurant. It was too much to work so many 12-hour days straight and then try to stay awake in church on Sunday. They also couldn't afford to pay him even minimum wage, so he is again unemployed. We are encouraging him to take a couple weeks off to recover and get some projects done here at home. I'm so glad to have him free on Friday and Saturday evenings!
Anna is in Tennessee at Camp Bimi for three weeks. Maggie and Lizzie will join her for the third week. I sure miss her. She's working hard.
The sermon this morning was about prayer. I am encouraged to pray more often and for more folks. Pastor shared with us the power of prayer in the early church in Acts. Very convicting.
Enjoy your summer days. I'm afraid to blink for fear it will be September!
Many blessings ~ Kathie
Have Thine own way, Lord.
Have Thine own way.
Thou art the Potter, I am the clay.
Mold me and make me after Thy will.
While I am waiting, yielded and still.