Today was my last day at Seaquist and my last day at Tea Thyme was about a month ago. We have a little over a week to go before we hit the road in our RV. I thought this might be a good opportunity to reflect on lessons learned this summer. Continue reading
God is still watching over Mark and me. God protected Mark yesterday (Saturday) on the job. 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
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
We crossed into Mountain Time today, meaning we’re one hour behind Door County and one hour ahead of the Pacific NW. Since it was like having an extra hour in the day, we felt a little freer to make a couple stops along the way. Continue reading