Kate said forward
With last week’s word being “normal” – and nothing is, what is there to look forward to?
Webster’s says forward is…
In the direction one is facing or traveling; toward the front.
I am a forward-thinker but I am not a political progressive; in fact, I am extremely conservative – I’m just right of the right!
Considering the grim prognosis of the summer – we are rethinking our travel plans. So, looking forward to a trip to Prince Edward Island with Gracee in tow seems (right now) an impossible venture. We may go to Maine but it appears the Canadian border is closed.
Yet, that trip sounds amazing and we are both hoping it will happen.
Since I don’t like to get too far ahead of myself – I’m more of a one day at a time person. I like to quote…
Sufficient for the day is its own trouble! (Matthew 6.34)
Yesterday, I pulled up my big girl britches and opened the file to my work in progress, John 17 – The Real Lord’s Prayer. I wrote two segments and have a clear vision for this second part of the devotional. I am thrilled about that. John 17 is the last clear instruction from the Lord – I know He wants me to finish this book before doing anything else big!
Is rather vague at the moment. Now, that is NOT a negative statement – our lives, even in semi-quarantine, are incredibly full and blessed. We enjoy each day and, honestly, look forward to the next!
Short term, I’m looking forward to soaking my feet in the foot soak at the nail salon. And, I’m looking forward to getting some kind of water vehicle for the lake. We look forward to pulling out of a lot with Gracee hitched to the truck and going SOMEWHERE.
Long term, we want to travel to the west coast of our beautiful country and see the redwoods, the sequoias, and hubs wants to rock hunt in Oregon.
But, for today
I’m looking forward to making a pot roast in the Instant Pot, working on John 17, and my next cuppa good coffee.
What about you? What are you looking forward to?