Today was a day of vehicle problems… Continue reading
So much has been going on since this weekend that I haven’t had a chance to write, but suffice it to say, Mark is here!!! Continue reading
Last weekend I finally announced that Mark and I were in the process of buying a house. We just had some finances to come up with before it would be ours. I had saved $3200 toward the closing costs, but they amounted to $5600. My older sister, Sherill, gave me $1400, but I still needed another $1000. Continue reading
Last fall, I wrote about how God opened the treasure houses of heaven and showered Mark and me with more blessings than we could have ever imagined. Money was coming from multiple sources in unexpected ways. But it wasn’t just monetary blessing. I’ve been waiting for months to write about what God is doing for us… Continue reading
Williams-Sonoma has been hiring for several weeks now and everyone they interview wants to work on the sales floor rather than in the stock room, even though we in stock earn $1 more per hour than the sales associates do. Last week they thought they had a couple more people hired to work in stock, but the people never showed up and didn’t even call. Continue reading
I was reading Ezekiel 8-10 this morning in my devotions. God took Ezekiel, in a vision, to all the places in and around the temple where the elders and the people were worshiping false gods and idols, thinking that God wouldn’t see them. He knew all their hiding places. In the vision, Ezekiel watched as God slowly got up from the mercy seat of the Ark of the Covenant and removed his glory from the temple. Continue reading
So we all woke up to a new day today. Some of you woke up feeling happy and some of you felt like you’d been kicked in the stomach, but the sun still rose and life goes on. I woke up early this morning and began practicing what I preached last night…praying for our president-elect and for the country.
How far did you go to vote? Mark and I drove five hours to Lynden, WA to vote. We are registered here but discovered last week that our registrations had become inactive. We updated our addresses, but it was too late to get an absentee ballot, so here we are. Continue reading
Job hunting is beginning to feel like a job in itself. I started at 11:00 this morning and didn’t finish till nearly 5:00. Continue reading
Now that we have settled into the campground near Mom, it’s time to look for work. Mark came knowing that he will be working at UPS for the Christmas season. We were both hoping to be working by Monday, October 31st, but we found out this morning that his job won’t start till November 14th. That leaves me to come up with something quick.