The hostas have gone wild and the columbines are spreading. The lilac bush is huge, but my favorites are the lilies of the valley!
Twice a week I go to an exercise class for seniors at the Gray Barn. Exercise Science majors run the program. I feel myself getting stronger. Now if I could just lose some belly fat as well...
Tuesday evening was our last ladies Bible study. We ended with food, fellowship and our final Psalm was 145.
I was especially blessed by the background given for verse 8. Those were the words God chose to describe Himself to His erring people after Moses' second time on the mountain when he returned with a whole new set of stone tablets. (Would you say this to your children after they have behaved their worst?)
Our leader went on to point out that these words were common knowledge and everyone in Israel would have known exactly what followed a proclamation of the name of Jehovah, much in the same way we know what "I have a dream..." was all about. Do we think of those divine characteristics first thing when we hear His name?
Wednesday, among many other things, I watched granddaughter Kayla at the dance studio. It was picture taking day, but they also performed a few of the numbers. We will not be here for the recital in June. I am sad to miss her many dances but especially her performance as the purple fairy in Sleeping Beauty.
A month from now we will be on our way to Spain. We have been meeting Thursday evenings with the other couple going with us to share, discuss, prepare for this big event. This week we met at their house with the lovely view of the sunset. Dane and Mike will be riding La Pyrénéenne with a group of Basque friends.
Friday morning they set off for Tennessee and today they rode the 3S3M (3 States 3 Mountains). Mike phoned today, after it was over. He felt very good about how it went and the weather was perfect, no rain!
Meanwhile, I headed to Muncie for Elijah's first T-ball game, but it was canceled due to impending rain. So, I got to visit and play with grandbaby Zion.