This is how my life looks now. Some of it, at least.
But don't worry. I won't focus only
on my school books and school if I post here.
Up early. First things first. Coffeee and "Seek ye first the kingdom of God. . ." Then on to the treadmill with some notes to study. I found I can't study while running, but I can while walking, so I mix it up, adding some hills (inclines) to the workout, too. I've almost got the tech-stuff down entirely, so I guess my brain has a bit of flexibility left in it!
I've got some reading to do, then it's off to the laundromat to dry my clothes (my dryer plug does not work in this old house).
But, first, I really liked a story in my devotional this morning. It was about Paganini. He walked in front of an audience and realized he didn't have his own violin. Thinking there was a mix-up, he went backstage to find his own violin but found it had been stolen. He returned to stage and said that he would show the audience that music was not about the instrument itself--he would show them the soul of music, and he played his heart out to wild appreciation from the audience.
Then these words followed: "It is your mission, tested and tried one, to walk out on the stage of this world and reveal to all earth and Heaven that the music is not in conditions, not in the things, not in externals, but the music of your life is in your own soul."
Have a lovely Wednesday.