Well, had a pretty good weekend. Sold the Lumina Saturday to a lady from Livingston. Her mother lives in Pasadena and they had driven by the house earlier in the week, saw the car sitting up under the trees and left a note in the mailbox. After several “phone tag” messages, she made it over Sat and bought it for the tax deduction amount had I given it to VTA (volunteersofamerica.org). I gave my van to them last year and it worked out real well. Anyways, I got the car cleaned up and it looked really good. Even went down and spent a 100 dollars on a gauge set and added Freon for the air conditioner. Worked great.
I thought the lesson Sunday went very well. It was on “Assurance of Salvation” and used passages from 1st John. Had a lot of participation and I hope everyone else enjoyed it as much as I did. During the service, Mike stripped down from his suit jacket, shirt and tie to a camp T-shirt. It was quite funny and the kids seemed to enjoy it. The message was on choices, something that we all need to hear from time to time.
Sunday afternoon I went to Dillards looking for some new shoes. John M had said they had Dr. Martens half price but alas, they didn’t have any in my size. And all the “average” size Joe’s think they have it bad. Just try buying my stuff! Not all was bad, however, I did find a pair of pants and shirt at a good price. Also bought Terri some perfume, always a good thing. Except of course that I always spend too much money. Ah, a vicious cycle, aka, a Catch 22.
Work is still slow, need more business. We’re all hoping that Mark comes onboard and provides us a boost. Gotta get this place moving.