I don't think I will ever catch up and there will always be something, endless work, to do. When I give into the spirit of comparison I easily lose sight of His portion for me as I take on heaviness and pressure. The beauty of it is most of the things are still there for me when I am able to pick them back up again.
Sophie was almost potty trained in May but the skill quickly took a back seat when appointments and tests began for Alice. So we're slowly picking it back up again.
Not the case.
The recipe yields 36 cookies but I rebel and make 6 giant ones instead.
I did leave the house for Alice's weekly appointment at Children's. This week's visit brought great news and we are celebrating.
She's gained weight, up to 16.4 pounds now. She has gained back almost all that she lost last week. Booyah!
The best part is the LORD is my authority and it is He who holds her destiny in His mighty hands.
He hasn't given us a spirit of fear but of love, peace, and a sound mind. Unshakable.
Don't mess with the mama.
Sophie rebelled and turned on the hose, ignoring the water restriction rules. Too late, a river of mud was perfectly created just before I could turn off the hose.
Littles were pleased.
We will also meet with her surgeon in a month for a body scan and recheck of her tumor.
Love you Bunny.
Piled High Snicker Doodles
1/2 c. butter (softened)
1 c. sugar
1/4 teas. baking soda
1/4 teas. cream of tarter
1/2 teas. vanilla
1/2 teas. cinnamon
1 1/2 c. flour
3 tbl. cinnamon
2 teas. sugar
1. cream butter and sugar
2. dump it all in and mix on high for a bit
3. chill for 30 minutes
4. grab a handful of dough, make a ball, roll it in the cinnamon and sugar
5. dump extra cinn./sugar on top of cookies
6. bake @ 375 for 13-15 minutes
you'll be glad you did!