Friday's Wrap Up
I have so many things that I should be getting done, that I find myself feeling as twisted as this poor little guy to the left! Anyone else get simply paralyzed when the list gets too long? ;)
I started this week off with a bang and cleaned out my bedroom closet. It is so nice to be able to walk into our walk-in closet! 5 days later, it still brings me joy!
We may or may not be going up north this weekend. We love spending long holiday weekends at our lake place, but the weather maps are suggesting it may not get any warmer than 60+ degrees and the forecast includes rain. Hmmmm.....go to the cabin and stay inside because of cold weather or stay home and clean....clean....clean! If I had a full crew here this weekend...we could get a lot done! Starting with our attached garage!
We normally move every 5-6 years which forces a natural cleansing. We have lived in this house since December of 2001 so I guess it can only be expected that I am feeling a bit squeezed by the clutter we have collected over the years. No move in sight....so I guess I better honker down and get this done!
Heather continues with her radiation and chemotherapy treatments. It has been such a joy to read her posts (and her Mom's!). I am simply amazed by the creation of our Creator! While Heather cannot speak as fluently as pre-surgery, her ability to communicate by typing continues to bless without missing a beat!
My sister has come out of hiding! Please stop by and visit her today...she has posted pictures of her lovely cabin on Milacs Lake (in Northern Minnesota). She's a crazy girl....with all of the gardening she has been doing--worms and all!
I hope you all have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! Whether at home or away.....may you find yourself refreshed!
And, let's all remember to pray for our soldiers, both serving today and all of our yesterdays--we owe them our gratitude and our prayers every day! While many of us know and love someone who is currently serving our Country, if you don't, please pray for my nephew-in-law, Chuck, who, after having his deployment extended, remains in Iraq. We are prayerfully expecting him home by August. So many young men and women are fighting this war on terroism first hand......let's pray for God's hand of protection!