It really is true that when I go to Jesus, He carries me away from trouble. He brings a song to my heart!
"There is no problem too big, He cannot solve it.
There is no storm too dark, He cannot calm it.
There is no sorrow to deep, He cannot sooth it.
There is no mountain too tall, He cannot move it.
If He carried the weight of the world upon His shoulders,
I know my sister that He can carry you..."
I love that song.
It has been a good day. After school was over, I worked outside weeding, planting, moving a few plants. I'm a trial-and-error gardener. I plant something, look at it for a while, and if I don't like it, I move it somewhere else. Eventually, I get things where I want them. Once Curt got home, we moved a huge ornamental grass, which was rooted so deeply we had to borrow my brother's utility tractor. Curt smiled and did whatever I asked him to. I'm blessed to have a patient husband.
The girls are done with violin lessons for a month, but they're preparing for a Suzuki family camp in Ontario the first week of July. After that, they'll have all of July and half of August off before fall semester starts. We're almost done with scheduled school work this semester. It'll be fun to have some different types of learning experiences for a few months. I'm working my way slowly through The Well Educated Mind by Susan Wise Bauer. I've been debating what literature program I'll have LaRae do for ninth grade. I'm considering having her read this book with me and read some of the same "Great Books" it recommends reading. Another friend (just down the drive) is working her way through it also. I'm excited about the possibility of all three of us having some "great book" discussions.
Looks like Mother's Day weekend is going to be beautiful. Happy Mother's Day to all my friends who are mothers, Happy Every Day to the rest of you!