Sunday, November 01, 2009


it was the first time I didn't spend the entire day at home, eating comfort food and blogging and reading silly books.
I would have, but for a meeting I couldn't avoid, but somehow going and doing something (farmer's market, starbucks, meeting, a little work, playing video games with friends) that made life resemble a normal life--like the life I have on other days, like the life millions of people have every day, regardless of major milestones in my own was kind of good. maybe.
I still miss my mom. every day. and I still don't celebrate Halloween because it's not really fun any more. but yesterday was almost a normal day. almost.
I could see glimpses of what Isaiah talks about in the text we will hear in worship this morning:
And God will destroy on this mountain
the shroud that is cast over all peoples
the sheet that is spread over all nations;
God will swallow up death forever.
I might be about to believe that again.


  1. Thanks for sharing, Teri. Prayers with you in these days. I'll be thinking of you and your mom as we celebrate All Saints' Day this morning.

  2. You were on my heart all day. Hugs to you, my friend.

  3. thought of you yesterday and this morning during worship, thinking of your mom and family - thanks for sharing your thoughts - peace be with you, friend.

  4. I love you Teri! "And the last enemy that shall be destroyed is death." (That's the Bible and Harry Potter for you!)