Not A Normal Wednesday

It’s Wednesday and if you’re a regular reader, you’re probably wondering where my regularly-scheduled book discussion on CS Lewis’ “Mere Christianity” is hiding…

If you know me very well, you would know two things about my life right now. First, you would know that May 15-June 30 are my busy season at work and that by now, I’m working 50 hour weeks. Actually, last week was a 52-hour week. And by mid-June, I’ll be working as much as 80 hours a week. (Okay, hopefully, not quite that many. But still, A LOT of hours.) Second, you would know that my sister-in-law was diagnosed with a rare ovarian cancer on April 25th. She started a very aggressive chemo on Monday. And yesterday, I spent about 10 hours with her so that she wouldn’t be alone at the hospital during her treatment.

So, for today, I’m going to do something I never do… I’m not going to write a Lewis post this week. I just didn’t have time and I hope you’ll forgive me. I also hope that you’ll run on over to Jason’s site at and read his Lewis post and the others linked there. Hopefully, next week, I’ll do a two-chapter post to make up for this week’s dropped ball.

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  1. You and your SIL are in my prayers.

  2. Yep, you know we’re praying. It’s an honor to stand with God’s people for victory. 🙂 Thanks Sarah.

  3. Sarah Salter says:

    Helen & Jason, thanks! I do know you’re praying! And I SO appreciate it! 🙂

  4. We will see you whenever you are ready! Don’t push yourself too much on this side. We know you will be busy and we know you will return.
    Sending love and constant prayer <3

  5. It’s good to rest. And good for you to rest.

  6. You didn’t drop a ball. You put one down to pick a more important one up.

    We are praying for your SIL and for the family. Praying for you too during your busyness.

  7. Ditto what Dusty said. We are praying for you and your sister-in-law, Sarah.

  8. you have a lot on your plate…and you were where you were needed.
    i just realized that i totally spaced out on the wednesday post.

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