This week has flown by in a blur worthy of a 100m sprint - between watching a lot of live sport (netball, lane bowls and hockey), getting ready for Sunday (printing colouring sheets, service leaflets, advertising via soical media etc) and trying to keep on top of the washing, if not the ironing, I have been very happily and busily employed.
1st August is evidently Yorkshire Day and Lammas so all manner of wierd and wonderful celebrations going on across these islands.
A few minutes ago we taped and tacked the ethernet cable in place ready for Sunday's live stream... I really hope the internet holds up and doesn't crash out on bandwidth or anything else! Across this part of Glasgow ovens are producing yummy smells as cakes are baked. Traffic cones have spring up overnight in readiness for the road closures... it will be exicting.
Glasgow has done itself proud, there is no doubting that for a pico-second, and I've had an absolute ball. The climax has to be Sunday which draws together so much that matters to me...
- Mission in many modes: cakes, drinks, loos, live stream and kiddies colouring
- Worship: Commonwealth songs of praise
- Life in its fullness: my friend and I watching the netball finals
All too soon it will be a memory but this 1st August as white rabbits hop around the white rose county in lammas sunshine, there is much fr which to give thanks.