Saturday, August 8, 2009

Happy Saturday Friends! Just stopping in to tell you that I am up to my elbows in paint, sanding baseboards, painting baseboards etc etc....so you know that I am running around like a mad woman. I will try to get photos of my laundry room today that is now finished; we pulled up the old carpet downstairs and are getting ready for new carpet next weekend. In the middle of all this our landlord has been showing this house so that means we scurry around making it look like a model home; until this morning when I awoke to find ants in the kitchen. I promptly told the Lord I didn't have time to deal with them and I know He understood.

I also want to ask you all to continue to pray for Cindy's family~ her husband Howard and their children for although we know she is free from pain and suffering her family has suffered a great loss. There are also many others who are battling cancer and I'm praying about doing a regular fast for those I know who are ill. Will you consider if this is something the Lord might have for you as well.

Have a joyous and blessed weekend.
In His Strength, Noreen

8 comments:

  1. Hugs and love my friend. Remember to take some quiet time for yourself. I'm with you on the fasting. Can't wait to see the pictures.

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  2. Ants, oh boy!! Have fun painting. It is kind of fun to paint an empty house isn't it?

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  3. Hope the work goes well and the ants leave!

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  4. Dear Noreen ~

    You are very busy! But what an exciting time for you! I will look forward to seeing your new home and all the ways that you fill it with your loving touches!

    Sweet blessings to you,
    Sharon

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  5. I had a moment to run back upstairs and wanted to check your blog and progress. Ants; oh no! You never know what you'll find, right? Well, you're certainly getting a workout. Have a good evening. Love you, Debbie

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  6. So sorry about your friend, cancer is awful. How exciting about the changes in your house, can't wait to see the final photos.

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  7. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I couldn't reply to your comments by email.

    It is great that you can paint while the house is empty. It is such a pain to move everything around.

    Yes, the planting can wait until next year. If you moved here from California, it will take some adjustments for sure to figure out what winters well in Colorado.

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