The Plague

Well, it seems that Grace has shared her illness with Jennifer. She’s been throwing up since 4 p.m. this afternoon. If it runs the same course as Grace, Jenn should be better some time around 4 a.m.

We’re kind of in crisis mode around here. The fact of the matter is that Jenn runs the show and when the ring-master is out… well, the show must go on…

So, tonight I took Asher with me to preach at the VCU summer fellowship. I’m not sure anyone heard a word I said because my cute son was walking around the stage, jumping off the stage, and occasionally copying me by preaching from his bible story book. He won bonus point from me on that last one.

As soon as I was finished we bolted out the door and back home. I fed grace (1 hour past normal dinner time) and eventually got both the kids to sleep. Poor Jenn is in the bedroom trying to relax but can’t think about anything besides how nauseous she feels. So, apparently she thought listening to the iPod would help. I couldn’t help but notice that she was listening to one of my sermons… couldn’t help but think, “well, that should help put her to sleep.” HA!

Anyway, now I’m downstairs and about to get to work on a couple development projects I need to finish. Fun, fun.

Pray for us… we need it!

2 thoughts on “The Plague

  1. contrary to what you think, I heard most of what you said. It was really good- in fact the past two times you’ve spoken were REALLY great.

    whats a good book to read about the prophets?

  2. First, thanks.

    Second, I don’t know. However, if Crossley is as good on the prophets as he is on Leviticus then he’s really good. There is a link to his book in my reading section to the right. The book is a little pricey, but worth it in so many ways.