Yesterday was Ken's birthday and we spent Friday visiting an Auto Museum close to our house as he celebrated by NOT working! We had a great day seeing all of those amazing cars from TV and Movies as well as some classic cars. There is a large antique mall as a part of this museum and we had fun spending several hours wandering aisle after aisle of "collectibles" (think really old stuff that you can't believe are actually worth anything). I saw so many items that had once been in my house or my mom's house. Ken found a very old camera to add to his collection in his camera room. One of the items I saw was a large container of very old Fisher Price "Little People". And they were selling for $10 each! It made me wish I had saved some of those old toys. I also saw many dishes and bakeware items that I had used over the years. All I can say is if you want to feel REALLY old on your birthday, go to an antique mall. You will know that you are indeed an antique!
When we got home from our bowling outing I happened to find a very old photo album of "instant pictures" that I have not looked at for some time.
I happened to read this devotion today... from Oswald Chambers "My Utmost for His Highest".