The week was consumed with everything involved in teaching a Spanish course at Ivy Tech:
I thought I had neglected the one-a-day photo project, but it seems there are more than enough pictures to illustrate our week.
Sunday we celebrated Dad and Mother's 68th anniversary.
While there in the Retirement Dining Room, a very special person from my past came up to me--the dean of women when I was a student at Grace College. She is almost 93 and her husband 95!
And, hear this, they were married six years ago! Eons ago they had dated a year and a half when they were in Bible college until someone else came along and swept her off her feet. After 46 happy years and three daughters, Miriam became a widow. Twenty years later she remarried. How's that story for a Hallmark movie?
My drive to Ivy Tech takes me right by son Sam's workshop. It's fun to drop in, chat, meet his guys. I was very impressed with all the equipment he has acquired for his business--SAM'S CUSTOM WOODWORKING.
This week the DIL's book came out--Hope for the Barren Heart. I was soooooo excited and happy for her. Did you know that 12% of the population is affected by infertility? I didn't.
Last night we watched this interesting video in anticipation of another farewell celebration tomorrow at our church: Jay Kesler's pastoral legacy at Upland Community Church. We are so blessed to have Jay and Janie as neighbors and have enjoyed his preaching ministry very much. This is his third retirement, at least. Will it be the last?
Nor does the next photo capture what I saw initially. The hummingbird feeder we love to watch out of our den window, was momentarily on fire, lit up by the setting sun.
Speaking of fire--I went by the mail box today at noon, it was open and this is what I saw: