Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Wonderful Wednesday

It's beautifully sunny and just nicely warm. Typical Melbournian meterologists got it a little bit wrong ~ but I'm sooooo not complaining!

I had Bible Study this morning. The leaders must have spent some time praying for the music. When I got there two of the tunes I had practiced were the wrong ones! The two hymns were unfamiliar to me, so I figured I just had to learn them! Fortunately one of the alternative tunes was familiar. Talk about panic the pianist! It turned out fine and I had it all figured out by the time I needed it done by. Strangely, I also didn't get nervous this morning. Very odd. However, after 21 years of playing the piano in church it's nice to finally experience that LOL.

I drove straight from Bible Study to school and helped a friend prepare and serve dessert for the staff at lunch time. They celebrate each month's birthday's with a dessert day and a good friend of mine takes care of it. She does all the hard work really, I just have the fun of serving all our wonderful staff! Miss Sunshine's teacher took a seat and we had a nice chat about nothing in particular. It's nice to have a friendship beyond parent-teacher roles! He is an absolutely lovely man. Dh & I are very pleased to have him teaching our Miss Sunshine.

Not an incredibly inspiring post for today I'm afraid, however, life it was what happens in our 'ordinary'. And this is today's ordinary in my life. I have to say, I LOVE my ordinary. I'm incredibly grateful that I have the time to spend chatting over dessert with the precious men and women who educate my children!


DianneE said...

I'm pleased to read about your ordinary day and also glad to know that someone else feels as I do. All my days are ordinary and I'm content with that and blessed that my days are just ordinary and not stressed out. Keep sharing and we'll keep reading. As for myself, I guess I'm going to have to exercise that creative bug that I can't seem to find just now.

Anonymous said...

It was lovely to read about your 'ordinary' days are ordinary too, just simple and straightforward...what a blessing!

Love, Tina :)

Anonymous said...

It's wonderful to be happy with the 'ordinary'. Thanks for sharing your day. What a blessing to have a friendly school community for the children, staff and parents.

Tracy said...

It's also a wonderful blessing to have friends who also understand why ordinary is a valuable way to love living.