Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Yesterday

I'm always amazed by how God works His way into life.

This has been our first year belonging to a CSA, community supported agriculture, farm. We have worked in the fields and reaped its rewards physically, emotionally and spiritually. We have truly eaten our share. And as the year closes I wanted to show our appreciation to the farmers who have tirelessly worked the season.

And as I contemplated a gift for each of them, I knew it would have to be balanced against my daughter's college expenses. For I couldn't pay what I didn't have. So after weeks of thought, yesterday a value was settled upon, and the thank you cards written. Today, we pick up our last share of the year and we will say thank you.

But the story gets better. Last night when I was picking up my youngest from religious education I was handed a check. "What's this?"

"It's your refund for the mission trip to Oklahoma. Your part of the fundraising."

And the amount not only covers the gifts, but there is a little but extra.

As Saint Pius X said, "I give away one million dollars in the morning and two million walks through the door in the afternoon."

Be Amazed.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Something crazy...

Created closure on my 100 mile ride. Returned to mile 92, had a coffee and pedaled home.

Riding 45 miles offers plenty of time to think and ponder. Thought of today: I'm very strong for my size. Very strong.

I need to remember that.

The Road Goes On

Rise Up! And Ride!

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Would you say no?

My boss texted the other night saying he was giving me the following day off. That I had been working hard for the company.

I thanked him, but declined his offer. Stating I had a lot on my work plate and I would feel better getting things done rather than fretting the end of the week.

Crazy? Probably.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

It's Raining. No Riding.

Put my energy elsewhere. A little progress goes a long way.

Tools of the Trade

Two nights ago my bestie dropped this off. Last night we went out for a ride. We could have ridden all night long. No work to rush to. No children to shuttle to school. No errands to run. Just two ladies on two bikes with two awesome headlights. One or two or three of these nights we should ride all night. Imagine where we could go.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Always...

Go for the snort. Or at least have them running for the bathroom.

Have a great day.