Saturday, July 21, 2007

I promised myself I'd be finished with my sermon (Mary and Martha. Again? So soon after the last time???), worship bulletin and prayers so I can stop everything when the truck arrives with the new Harry Potter book.

Instead, I'm looking around at a messy house wondering where to find a shovel to clean up the junk.

Not sure what to do with myself today.

St. C.

9 comments:

Jane Ellen+ said...

The UPS website tells me that The Book has been "IN TRANSIT TO FINAL DESTINATION" since 1:10 yesterday afternoon. Liars. For pete's sake, the distribution center is only 20 minutes away!

No, no problems being patient here...

Cathy said...

Read Harry Potter - the house can wait.

Kathryn said...

Thou and I both. Book is sitting on the stairs, finished by daughter and not yet claimed by sons...but the house is horrific (specially my study) and the sermon conspicuous by its absence. Oh, and daughter has not been generous with her reviews....

PPB said...

I have sermon done, wedding sermon done, and am sitting around twiddling my thumbs. I should be cleaning up, I know. I also am so tempted to go out and get a copy of the book! But once I start reading, I'm dead to the world until I'm done, so I'm trying to be good.....which if I was serious about that, there wouldn't be this much cat fur on everything!

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

I vote READ. The dust bunnies can entertain themselves.

Presbyterian Gal said...

Read, St. Cassie, read....
When you are reading your eyes are on the book, not on the mess. And everyone knows, especially our male counterparts, that if you don't see it, it doesn't exist......

Lorna said...

one shovel for you ... when the book arrives hand it to another person, sit down and read ...and read and read ...

don't spoil the story though - we won't get the book that fast here in Finland

growl whinge whine!

Purechristianithink said...

Just ask yourself, "What would Mrs. Weasly Do?"

Mary Beth said...

For mercy sake, read! :)

"For the dusting you have always with you."