Catching Up

Hey, everyone! I haven’t posted since July 7 or 8. The first wave of family got in on the 7th; the rest will be coming tomorrow. We’ve spent hours just catching up and reminiscing, and we’ve laughed a lot. Eaten well. Rested. It’s great.

The next batch will be six people, so the first three family members are going to stay with friends for a week while the South Dakota crew stays with us for a week.

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There are no little ones these days, but this was very much the way it was just a few short years ago.

In the meantime, there just hasn’t been any uninterrupted time for me to do my normal daily Bible study post. It’s gratifying to me that even though I haven’t posted since Monday, my stats are holding up well. I have eight years’ worth of Bible study material on this blog, and apparently there’s enough there to keep people coming back. That’s very cool.

My Number One post, since I first wrote it several years ago, is still King David and Depression. It’s almost always at the top of the ten most-viewed posts. That tells me I could probably write a lot more on depression, and maybe I will. When I first started this blog, I created Friday Counseling Issues, in which I wrote about many of the things I learned about during my years as a therapist. You can find just about anything along those lines on the right side of the page, under Counseling Issues.

All right. I just had a few minutes of relative calm, and decided to use it this way. Wanted you to know I’m still alive and well, and will be back to my normal routine by the first of August.

I pray you are all having an enjoyable summer, in spite of THE VIRUS.

Don’t live in fear. Isaiah 41:10. “Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.”

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