Thank you all for your prayers. I'm feeling much better today. So much better in fact, that I mowed the grass for Dennis today. He will be very happy when he gets home. He always mows on the weekend but we were in Portland. We've been busy since we returned home so it just hadn't gotten done. I feel better too. A little exercise never hurt anyone.
I thought I would show you a picture of my current project.
I always keep a knitted baby hat in progress in my purse. When I have 30 or so I deliver them to our local hospital for the new babies. Usually that's every six to seven weeks.
Mom made it back safely to Omaha last night. I think she's happy to be back home in her own bed. But we sure had a good time together when we weren't sick!
Alex, (our son in Japan), called last night. He's applied for a new teaching position at a University in Aomori Prefecture. According to the posting for job requirements, he has all of the requirements, but he doesn't know if they've already hired someone else. He just found out about it on Monday and sent off his resume right away. This sounds like the job he's wanted since he graduated with his Masters so we pray that if it's God's will, he will get it. He loves teaching. Right now he teaches Jr. High and he's also taught elementary but he enjoys University students best. He taught English Compostion at the University here in Washington when he was only 17! All of his students were older than he was! He got his Masters Degree at 19 and moved to Japan the next week.
Well, I'm off to grate zuchinni to make into relish. I think I have enough for about 10 jars if I'm lucky. We love it on meatloaf. Have a wonderful evening!