Commander and I enjoy Homeschooling boys (Herogian, Hawk and Gluten), raising chickens, ducks, and dogs ( Penny and Casey), eating gluten free, surviving breast cancer, coach track and field, and loving God for every minute that He gives us to cherish our family.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Bible before Breakfast / or during breakfast

My blogging friend Julie at 40 acres mentioned a friend's blog that talked about her kids reading the Bible before they could have breakfast. Cool. Great way to start the day. Since today was our first day back to school, we implemented the program in our own way. Bible reading during breakfast. We have done this before with daily devotionals but this semester will be the book of Isaiah.  Just as Julie asked us to keep her accountable by asking how her program is going, I'd like my readers to keep us accountable. Just ask anytime. You can also ask about the gym, to keep me accountable to going daily.

Yesterday's walk ended up being 9.51 miles. I used  to check it out. Workout today was during the lunch hour. I had a good forty-five minute workout and quick shower before returning home for afternoon subjects. It was fun. I have missed the machines and free weights. I immediately saw (in my mind's eyes) University of Arizona's weight room in my mind when I stepped into the squat rack. That's the last place I trained and where I met the Commander. Good memories.

Have a great day. Thanks for stopping by.
 I'll try to make it easier for you to leave a post. I find that I have to return to the post a comment page three or four times before it finally goes through on many of my friends blogs. I hope you don't have to do that here. Please let me know if you do.


Jen said...

I REALLY need to get into reading my Bible daily. Reading it at breakfast is a great idea! Maybe I will try that on Thurs when school is back in session.

Jen said...

P.S. It was super easy to leave a comment. :)

Oklahoma Granny said...

I have a little sign that says, "A day hemmed in prayer rarely unravels." I'm sure the same could be applied to starting the day with a Bible lesson.

Julie... said...

Thanks for plugging my place. Yes, the Bible reading is definitely something we won't ever regret :-). Commenting here is mine difficult?