[Yes, normal! I realize this is WHAT I SHOULD SAY!! My goodness, we have a normal, a sustainable normal. There were days, weeks, months of 2012 when a sustainable normal seemed like a place we would never reach. And here we are. I just blurted out "a normal day in a stretch of normal days"! woohoo!]
And then on second thought, you could make a good case that very little of what we do is normal.
Ever read Radical (David Platt)? I just finished it (a little later than the rest of the bandwagon, and I'm glad I finally got around to reading it).
I'm more convinced than ever that there might be something really wrong with what we (believers) think is normal.
And Luke? Poor guy. His momma won't let him chew on the garden spade (true story).