Yes, I Miss Her

Anneka is half way through her dance intensive at the University of Alabama with the American Ballet Theater.

She is really enjoying herself, and I am glad that she is there.  But for the last few days, people have been asking me, "What's it like without her ?"  It's quite, methodical and predictable.  You've got it - BORING!

“Love each other with genuine affection, and take delight in honoring each other.” —Romans 12:10

Love each other with genuine affection, like you would for a brother, a sister or a daughter. 
Then try to outdo each other with honor.  Treat people better than you would treat yourself.  

- So far Anneka's dancing has improved.
- She has been showing great leadership skills.
- She had to switch dorms due to the discovery of mold in the building.
- The boy's from the Soccer camp, which is going on this week, have been asking for her phone number and cat calling her through the cafeteria.  (Dad is NOT happy.)  She told them to get lost.  (That's my girl!!)
- She is budgeting her money very well.
- She is doing great.

Now I have to admit, I'm getting to my destinations on time and without stress.  I'm also getting more work done than ever before.  But I miss her.

PRAY:  Dear Jesus, help me to honor those I love today with everything I have.  AMEN


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