cleaning the freezer & other musings on a Monday...


I'm not pregnant, but I'm nesting. Went through the pantry with theBean. Swept it. Through away stuff with shelf life that ended in 2007. Truly.

Went through the refrigerator. Ditto. Found a milk carton, (MILK!) that expired in December 2008. Ouch. Never even saw it. Found some food that Julia made. (Yes the Julia that went back to Deutschland in February...) Nice. (NOTE: This doesn't reflect on anyone's personal cleaning habits... it's just a blog, man.)

Today, I decided to tackle the freezer, since theBean was headed for Shift #2 on the day. Went through the freeze-dried foods, the unwrapped icy-treats, & other stuff that one finds in the freezer. Then, I came across some Drumsticks. You know, that incredible tasty ice-cream treat that sits on a sugar cone, covered with quik-dry chocolate & peanuts?

Well, what I found were the 'heads' of the drumsticks. Turns out, the cones had all be eaten, & some kind soul had placed the drumstick heads back into the freezer for anyone that might want the leftovers.

So I did what anyone would do. I ate the chocolate off the ice-cream & put them back in the freezer. Silly us. :)




Went to the Hand Dr. for I-Doey. Got the stitches out. Looks good - like he'll be able to start in with his summer weights & football stuff tomorrow - just no contact drills for the next 3 weeks, at which time more X-Rays will be taken to check on the progress of young I-Doey's finger.

We're hoping, praying & believing for a complete recovery, without any of the finger-hypersensitivity that the Dr. said might be a possibility. Here's to healing. Woohoo!




According to my 2 oldest children, I may be showing signs of getting smarter. Or at least being smarter than they thought I was. I will update you on any more progress I make.




I'm ecstatic - the book re-release that I've been waiting for is finally here... Jerry Cook's classic, Love, Acceptance, & Forgiveness: Being Christian in a Non-Christian World came out last week. This has been one of the books that has most formed my outlook on life, the Church, & my view of God.

If you have never read it, by all means, get a copy & do so. If you have, get the re-release today. It is the classic you remember that has been brought up to date & made even better... its even got a 'study guide' included in the back.

On my second reading of the re-release today. :)




Thinking about how thankful I am that the Bible doesn't need to be updated.




I believe that we're on the brink of something large. A fundamental shift in the way we live, work together, & carry out life. Not trying to come up with the Next Big Thing, but rather trying to cooperate with what I believe are the doors that are opening in front of us.

New ways of doing my job - new roles, with other things not happening any more. Trusting that God has provided & will provide for what comes next. Thankful I don't have to have all the answers, but just do my part. And encourage others to do the same. Wherever they are. Cryptic enough?




I think I'll go eat some more chocolate off the Drumstick heads.

5 launchings into the blogosphere....:

laura said...

Double thumbs up on this post.
This is the best post I have read in a while... seriously.
-Milk from 2007?
-Drumstick heads?
-Wound photo.
-With a little Love, Acceptance and Forgiveness.
It had it all.

Murdoc said...

It seems like you guys used to have someone that would clean out your fridge weekly. Whatever happened to that guy? He was great. He did his part. Leftovers never made it more than 3 days.

scoey-d said...

Laura - thanks. I've got a copy of Love Acceptance & forgiveness for you if you're interested.

Murdoc - Yes its true. How's your fridge?

shontell said...

LOL nice rundown. And ew. Milk?! and mmm drumsticks. And, what? so, now you just have naked drumstick heads? Well, that sounds dirty. You could start a trend; like Kramer with his muffin tops.

laura said...

cool- I could go for the re-read if you say the update is good:)