Light fixture for entryway
Ceiling light for the hallways and the bedrooms that don't have fans:
Fan for the upstairs living room and our bedroom:
There will be three of these pendant lights in the kitchen over the island:
Chandelier for the breakfast area (there is no such thing as dining rooms here). It's basically right off the kitchen:
The one with four lights will go in the master bathroom and the bathroom downstairs. The one with three lights goes in the guest bathroom upstairs.
The pastor at the church we've been going to is doing a sermon series on Genesis 1, Creation. So far it's been interesting, but not necessarily what I was hoping it would be. I think Jacob and I were both hoping it would incorporate science a bit more, because I think that's really important to give credit to your faith. You can so easily use science to your benefit, it you explain it correctly. Based on what i've heard so far, I think a lot of atheists would dismiss everything this pastor has said. Not necessarily because he's wrong, but because to prove his beliefs, he goes to other Bible verses and other biblical commentaries. That's great for Christians, but you're not going to bring anyone to the faith and have them dismiss their beliefs based on that. Anyways, one of the things he said today in church got me super irritated. He was talking about how God created everything and what the timeline was, and how He created the earth, and then filled it with respective forms. He talked about how God created the sea and sky, and then three days later filled it. I think he said something like "He filled the skies with birds. Hunter's you'll appreciate that!" HANG ON. Are you kidding? You're talking about the perfection and majesty of God's creation, and then addressing that to people who enjoy killing those creatures for SPORT?! ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! Okay, clearly I'm not a fan of hunting. I mean, I can sorrrrrrrt of understand people who hunt deer, because at least a lot of them use the meat for food. It just blows my mind that I see a deer and am awed by how graceful and beautiful it is, and someone else would be thinking "I want to shoot that in the head and keep it's antlers as a trophy." It's just weird to me. Weird and gross. And hunting other animals just really blows my mind. Pheasant? DUCKS?! Ducks are so adorable. Why would you want to kill them?! I just don't get it. Of course, I'm writing this as I'm eating a turkey sandwich, but killing animals for sustenance and killing animals for entertainment are completely different for me. I know a lot of people would disagree with me about that. I was just completely befuddled that the pastor would in one breath talk about how perfect God's creation, and thus, creatures, were, and then be like "isn't it fun to kill them?" Okay....Stepping off my soapbox....
I got my period yesterday, and it's been a doozy, so I've been a miserable, grumpy, irritable hag for the last 24 hours (see hunting tirade). I know, I know. Jacob's super lucky to have me. Anyhoo, it's had me thinking about some of my really memorably awful periods. More on that later........