Here I am writing on a Sunday night – the last Sunday night of the Summer. Tomorrow is the first day of autumn. Around here the leaves have already starting changing and we have quite a few leaves on the ground. Interestingly enough, summer is trying to move back in. We have not had anything close to a frost yet. The forecast temps this week don’t indicated anything like that. This week will be cooler than the last few days.
One of the men in our church fixed our riding mower. A few weeks ago the belt decided to break, so tomorrow I have to attack the lawn. It will probably close to one of the last times. I figure maybe two or possibly three more times – especially since the evening temps haven’t been that cold, but the days are definitely getting shorter. As I write the sun is behind the mountain but casting a nice orange glow. It has gotten a bit humid, so we turned the a/c back on – it was warm during church this morning. I’m glad a chose a golf shirt to preach in this morning.
This has been a bit of a busy week. On Tuesday we had a board meeting. Wednesday I attended a community meeting at school and we had our kid’s klub. It was a great evening once again.
Yesterday I was able to get out for a nice long 10 mile run, but boy did my legs hurt most of the day. We were going to go down to Elk County to see the Elk – this is prime time, but maybe next week. They should still be rutting next week as well.
We had a good service at McCrae Brook this morning. I’ve been working on making each time we gather a meaningful experience through music, prayer and God’s Word. This morning was a great morning. Our Sunday School class was lively and engaged and that is always a good thing.
This week, I’m hoping to have a much better running week, not that last week was bad, but I want to get more running miles and hopefully an 11 miler on Saturday! That would be awesome.
That’s about all I have this week. Have a great one!