What’s new!?

I have a TON to share but my camera cable is buried at the bottom of my purse… which I’ll uncover tonight. I just wanted to pop in and say… WOW! I never knew I had this much stuff! I’m still unpacking… the garage is beginning to pile up with empty… YES.. EMPTY… boxes. I already started a donation box for the next time ARC of Washington calls me. I can’t believe I used this much stuff in the other place as it was SO much smaller.

Regardless, We’re moving forward. We’ve already recieved several  house warming presents that I’ll be sharing with you later this week once I unearth my cables! What an adventure we’re on. We went over to the old house last night to clean and were there for over 2 hours cleaning what I had already cleaned before moving. Amazing how things get dirty so fast. On the way home we started chatting and without knowing it we missed our exit and had gone over 4 miles past our new home. Luckily we ended up in an old neighborhood I was familiar with from my youthful days of “cruising” and I navigated us home quickly. We had a good laugh over it though. Today I’m sore and tired but I’ve spent the better part of today unpacking my studio and planting a few outdoor blooms for summertime enjoyment. More to come soon with pictures!

6 thoughts on “What’s new!?

  1. This is one big help especially for a fethar like me seeking for tips to ease up the tension and stress that my children is feeling at the moment with regards to our plan in moving. Thanks!

  2. Agradecimiento y Felicitación al Grupo E4 – IndianosAgradecer a David, equipo de colaboradores, Indianos y asistentes, el gratificante encuentro que nos permitió darnos un baño estimulante de juventud e impulso hacia el futuro. Quisiera disfrutar y participar en la mejora de bienestar de la comunidad. Enhorabuena por vuestra iniciativa libre y el aire fresco que proyectais.Feicidades y Gracias para todos… |

  3. Matt, your interpretation opens a Pandora’s Box of problems. For one thing, at what point in time–what age–would an elder’s child have to be evaluated to determine whether they are saved? What is the criteria for determining salvation? What if the child professed belief but engaged in attitudes/conduct that didn’t seem consistent with the profession? Who determines whether this child is actually saved?

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