Lessons from cooking dinner
This may look like a well planned dinner. It's not. In fact, it was a near disaster. When Marlene is away I don't usually cook for myself. I'm spoiled, when I walk in the door, irregardless of what time it is, she always has a great meal ready! It's not that I can't cook, in fact I enjoy it when I finally do. I hate the clean up and as you can see from this quick iPhone snap, there was lots of that!
Here are some quick lessons I learned, in no particular order.
This turned out pretty good despite the challenges. Kind of like some life decisions I've made without totally thinking them through. The Lord is always so gracious to pick me up, set me back on the right path and let me go about my life, hopefully wiser and more attentive to His still small voice.
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