Tuesday has a dental appointment stuck right in the middle of it. Like I need more medical care this week.
Wednesday is busy, anyway, with noon Bible study and evening choir practice. Got an appointment in the office that afternoon, too.
Thursday, I have a business lunch, plus that's Deanne's birthday, so need to go shopping for a present.
Friday evening, gotta go shopping for the next day's doin's. I'll have to do a bunch of prep work, too.
Saturday is Crazyville. Cooking for a men's breakfast in the morning for which I am also the speaker. Then, the kickoff meeting for the Fruitful Congregations Journey is that day in Greencastle from 9-1. The Venturers gather late afternoon to cook and serve the Wapehani District Recognition Dinner that evening.
And somewhere in all those unmaneuverables, there's a sermon to write and we've got someone in intensive care with a stroke right now, and I haven't been out to my cabin to check on things in over two weeks. Don't know how God will get me through it all, but I'm sure he will, though I take C.S. Lewis's poem as a warning:
All things (e.g. a camel's journey through
A needle's eye) are possible, it's true.
But picture how the camel feels, squeezed out
In one long bloody thread from tail to snout.