Aural Psynapse

Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. It is mostly a day when people eat and drink too much and watch parades and football, and not at all a day of thankfulness to God. Still, I am thankful to God for life and the opportunity to know Him, every day. We went to prayer last night at the church since I was off from work today.

I haven’t accomplished much today, though I did take a run on Holden Beach. It is 70 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. Just gorgeous. I took the recyclable trash to the dump and did a load of laundry. I do all my own laundry because I noticed awhile ago that when Sikki did my wash all my t-shirts came back with big long girl hairs in them. There are three girls in this household. One thing that can really ruin your day is hair in your underwear, tickling you here and there, making itself known. So I started washing my laundry separate from everyone else’s.

I spoke with Keith on the phone this morning for a while. He caught a cold while he was visiting us, but he said he still felt refreshed by their visit here. I enjoy being with people of like-minded heart and spirit.

Today I also took a couple minutes to learn how to use PowerPoint to make a video. I needed to figure that out for future use in my YouTube channel. It is easier than I thought and I look forward to doing some work with Psalm 119.

I am feeling tired now. The new puppy was up howling at the moon (which is full) at 2 o’clock this morning: he is still very skittish and afraid of me, though he will sit with me when I lie on the couch. I might take a nap to recharge before meeting the rest of the day. Every tick of the clock harbingers my soon-coming arrival before the throne of the King of kings and Lord of lords.

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Author: Steve Hobbs

I live and write near the beaches of Brunswick County, NC. I entered this fallen reality in 1975. My wife Sikki and I were married in 1997. We have five children. I am a follower of Jesus and a seeker of truth.

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