We went to church this morning for about the fourth Sunday at Briar Hill. We are still getting into the groove of things there. It is a lot different than the other churches we were a part of everywhere we lived. Not in a bad or good way, just different. After church we had to pick up air filters for our house and Home Depot had a great price on a three pack, just the amount that we needed. We stopped for some good Mexican food on the way (had to make up for the good deal on the air filters).
After we got home we went into our typical Sunday afternoon rituals. I worked outside while Kristina caught up on the ironing. Today I got the back half of our property mowed since I did the front yesterday. The front is more the manicured half, the back is more of a park. There are few spots in the back yard that the sun reaches the ground. It is very peaceful and a relaxing place to be. When we moved into the house just over a year ago you could bearly walk through the back yard from all of the overgrowth and old junk that seemed to just be dropped where it broke or the previous owner got tired of dragging it. We knew there was potential, but it was buried deep. That sounds like a segue for a bible lesson.
Now Joshua is playing Rock Band and Jacob is watching TV. There is something odd about hearing my nine year old play The Who and Molly Hatchet. I guess I am just still upset that Pink Floyd hasn't given into the commercialism and allowed their songs to be a part of this craze.
Now it's about time to get cleaned up for church this evening. One more week until school starts.