Appreciated the synergy in the kitchen at The Cabin today. Although after being asked what my favourite fruit was, I was given the nickname “Raisins,” which was my (supposedly) amusing answer. I am baffled.
In pursuit of organic diversity, I headed to Sainsbury’s afterward to buy some trusty apples. I forgot to get an onion which I needed for tea, so was heading towards another shop near my home, but Holyspirit told me not to go. I don’t really understand why, and thought my curry would be a disaster, but we were able to compensate with mushrooms. Fortunately, the whole mealtime process only took an hour, instead of expanding into a sprawling mess that absorbed all the evening, as is usually the case.
After some anime, it was time for a late evening glory session. I listened to Enya’s album The Celts to make the book of Luke seem less dull. I was enjoying the lovely sounds, but eventually got round to some reading. Jesus says, “Whoever has will be given more; whoever does not have, even what they think they have will be taken away from them.” I always think this is brutal. But I think life is easier if we don’t focus on who we think we are and what we can do, and pay attention to what he says and gives instead. The other stuff has got to disappear at some point anyway.