The theme for the September, 2021 scripture writing plan was really clear to me. I’ve been through a lot this month and God’s faithfulness has been evident during every step.
Like many others, my son and I developed Covid-19. My son had a mild case of it (praise Jesus), but it really hit me like a ton of bricks. I had every symptom listed on the CDC’s web site other than loss of taste. I had the rest of it. I was in the hospital for two days on oxygen, an IV with strong antibiotics and steroids. The main reason for the hospitalization was that I’d developed Covid pneumonia.
The infectious disease doctor released me at the perfect time. My main concern had been the welfare of my son while I was hospitalized and one of my best friends stepped in and took good care of him. I was released last Sunday afternoon, in time for my friend to be able to go to work the next day without worrying about Evan. I can’t thank Angie enough for her great care of Evan and she even did some housework for me while I was gone <3
At this time I’m improving slowly but surely. I’m getting winded easily, but that’s the pneumonia’s residual effects I’m sure. I bought a pulse oximeter to monitor my oxygen saturation at home. It’s hovering between 93-95 (a good normal is 99) and I’m using a lung exerciser gadget they sent home with me to try to build up my lungs again.
My son is back in school and he’s thrilled as he loves school so much. I’m resting while he’s in school. I have a ton of things around the house that needs done, but I’m trying to resist it and just listen to my body and rest.
I’ve been busy on my laptop, but not heavy work. I’ ve been creating a LOT of planner stickers and you can find them in my Etsy shop here.
So, on to this month’s scripture writing plan. God’s faithfulness is amazing!
I’m so thankful that so many of you are enjoying and spiritually benefiting from these monthly scripture writing plans! I love putting them together for you knowing that you find them useful and uplifting! Use these passages to write out the scriptures and grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! Click on the image below to pull up the full-sized PDF file for printing –>
I usually print these out on 28 pound white paper (or 32 pound paper is even better) and just stick them right into my planner or journal. The heavier the paper, the less chance it will tear out of your binder or planner by accident and helps resist bleeding or ghosting from your pens or markers. It helps the page turn easier too.
For planner stickers, etc: If you choose to print these out on full-size (letter) sticker paper. I use these here. They’re priced great and you can write on them easily. They are good enough quality for my needs. If you want a top-quality sticker paper look for these or clear vinyl ones here. (Though not all pens or markers will write well on the clear ones). If you don’t want to use sticker paper, you can print them on card stock or regular printer paper and glue them down. Honestly, the sticker paper is the most economical way, however for everyday planning stickers. Regardless of the type.
Going through a lot of ink printing out planner stickers? Do like I did and enlist in the HP Instant Ink program! I’ve saved so much money on ink since I did several years ago. They have different plans, but the one I’m in is the plan that lets me print up to 300 pages worth of ink for just over $11 per month. That’s regardless of the amount of ink on the page. I love printing out pictures on photo paper. I fit 4 4×6-inch photos on one sheet of photo paper. Imagine the amount of photos you can print at four pages per one page and the cost is the same for a full page of photo ink as it is for one dot. It goes by the page, not the amount of ink! You can choose lesser pages for a lower rate, but I do a lot of printing between coupons, planner stickers and other things. Click on the image here to check it out! –>