First Baptist Church of Herndon Blogs
Recently I took myself to Williamsburg for two days and two nights. Yes, I went alone. No, I didn’t take anyone with me, and I didn’t meet any friends there. I knew I would be alone with others.
Election week in Virginia. This used to be a time when we tried to remember to vote, went to the polling place, watched the news for results, and then if our candidate didn’t do well, we could complain.
We are having what I consider to be very expensive work done at our home. Our septic system is being replaced.
We have lost yet another cherished member of our church family. I can’t say I was surprised because he had been very ill for a while.
Apparently creative juices flow through humans making us create things, think of new ideas, and well, be creative. It’s my understanding that we all have these juices, even if some may have more than others.
Fall is officially here, and I should have seen the signs like occasional cool nights, a fair amount of rain, hurricanes seeming to become more frequent, some trees changing their colors, and naturally leaves all over the deck. Yep, all these can be considered signs of fall if you live in northern Virginia.