Monday, August 4, 2008

Prayers unoffered, nonetheless answered

Of all the weeks to need a little me time (to finish reading Breaking Dawn), I've had two wonderful neighbors volunteer to bring dinner to us. The first dinner will be tonight provided by those oh-so-cool Hornes. And the next meal is tomorrow night, which I bid for and won at the Relief Society Service Auction, brought to us by Sue Pawlowski. All is right in the universe.

Now, can't blog ... must ... continue ... reading ...

5 comments:

Mark, Lindsay, Bennett, and James said...

I'll just chalk up dinner to pure inspiration! I am glad I could help you get a few extra pages in!

mariann and Tory said...

That is so funny...I think I was that way when I read the Harry Potter books. If I were up there I would totally make you a slammin' dish for dinner! Did you get to the last page yet? It will tell you everything!:)

MarySquare said...

Cindy, I'm frantically reading through Breaking Dawn too. I must say, this one is way way way better than the first three in my opinion. Will love to talk with you about it at the reunion. And looks like we're rooming together. Minnie is going to die of joy!

C.C. Fisher said...

Oh we'll discuss the books, but my suggestion is we discuss it away from the ears of our spouses. Maybe I'm talking just for myself here, but I think Kulani has heard ENOUGH about these books. I'll spare him from going into a prosaic comotose. Hetty will likely be joining in.

Thanks for the offer, Mariann. That is mighty Idahoan of you.

Ellen James said...

Dang, wish I was there. It sounds like the ward is still bringing dinners in emergencies...even without me there! If you haven't finished by the time I get home, I will bring you some too!

E.

P.S. Rick said that tons of people have brought them dinner, how sweet is that? I guess nobody wants my kids to starve while I am gone. Such a great neighborhood/ward!