This morning one of my friends and I met at the university chapel to begin Advent. When we decided to do this (weeks ago) I suggested we meet at this tiny chapel, but I really couldn't remember where it was on campus and I was a little nervous about parking. I shouldn't have worried. Parking was easy (you can use your credit card in the meter) and walking across the grounds was a cinch. It's cold today so I bundled up. When I entered the chapel, I was greeted by toasty air (yay for a heat!) and it was empty. I sat down and waited for my friend.
I read from an Advent book about seeking first HIS kingdom and played a song called Be Still. She read a sweet story about a little boy who played the innkeeper in a Christmas pageant. We cried a little. We prayed.
I left the little lamp behind.
Gladys Taber said, "As long as you have a window, life is exciting."
I had a cup of coffee and some lite peppermint ice cream for lunch.
Now I'll enjoy a nap.
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