the dobos torte
Instead I've been consuming cough drops and adivil, every vitamin under the sun, and so much water that I pee every hour. It's exhausting peeing this much.
But, on a less tmi topic, the yellow thing in the sky came out?!?!
'what?' you gasp!
It took us Washingtonians a moment to remember what it was because...well...it's been a while. However, I quickly remembered and grabbed my tank-top and sunglasses before heading to my favorite local smoothie shop with the windows down.
It may or may not have been 59 degrees. I explained I had been sick and needed something with lots of good vitamins pronto, and the lady gave me a cucumber grapefruit smoothie. Sound weird, but it was so yummy and lite.
Now you want to try a cucumber and grapefruit smoothie. Your welcome.
Spending the past days (almost week) suffering with the black plague, I've contemplated life.
Laying in bed at 4:17am wondering why you never appreciated being able to breathe through your nostrils.
Getting in a nice hot bath with a fever and then getting the chills.
Asking what you did to deserve this near death experience.
(okay, maybe it was just the flu but that is beside the point...)
Over and over the past week, the phrase
it was my sin that held Him there
has been running, running, running through my head.
The miracle, the good news, the reason for my hope and life, was accomplished.
His dying breath has brought me life.
I live in the new life I have been given
I know that it is finished.
Friends, let's choose to live together in the confidence knowing that it is finished.
The work has been done.
Our ransom has been paid.
There is nothing we can do be loved more then we are right now.
In sickness and sunshine, it is finished.
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