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Jacquelineobyikocha. Something about you, your colorful expression of life! I couldn’t wait to reblog one of my first reads by you! Blessings always, Tru aka ~wings
We thank you Lord for days and times such as these ones;
For your constant shield through life’s challenges.
You raise us, from deep places of despair, doubt and regret;
To higher grounds of Faith, Grace and Hope.
From places of discontentment;
To the overflow of fulfillment.
May our tedious tests become uplifting testimonies.
May the meditation of our hearts and mouths;
Be acceptable before you Lord.
May your blessings that come from the Deep and the Four winds;
Be ours today and always.
What is it about cellars? Great pictures!
Yesterday at work I had a slightly weird experience. As some of you may well know, I clean for a living; well more to save money so I can fulfil my dream of travelling the world 🙂 Anyway. Because it’s the summer break for most university students, we tend to get lots of contracts to clean student accommodation. And this particular house we had to clean was filthy!
Lucky for me, I had the morning off so wasn’t stuck with the task of having to clear out the rubbish. I am told that there were maggots everywhere in the kitchen. Rotten meat. Mouldy walls and everything else disgusting you would associate with students whom obviously like their shelter to resemble a trash can. I was, however left with the task of cleaning the cellar.
Now this wasn’t a cellar that had been gutted and redecorated. It was more the type…
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Okay to go my pace! Thanks.
….by doing a bit at a time. That’s how.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and your home isn’t going to be clean and visitor-ready in a day either. If you’re anything like me, that is.
Things take longer to achieve when you’re in pain and/or can’t move bits of your body the way you would like, so if it takes 30 minutes to wash up and put away your dishes, so be it. If you have to take a coffee break half way through, so be it. But at least your dishes got done.
– Jude x
@Daysoffourlivesjapan This looks like FUN!!!
Yeah, it’s October 1st, I’m finally allowed talk about Halloween without getting eye rolls and or verbal abuse. I took our Halloween box out of storage a few weeks ago and the kids have been enjoying Halloween books, activities and DVDs. Last week we did some Autumn and Halloween origami paper craft to ease them into Halloween crafting. This week we’ve stepped it up a notch. The craft they did today, they really enjoyed, so I figure I’d share it as it’s been a long time since I did a craft post.
- A Paper plate per child
- Paint brush
- Black paint
- Black paper
- White paper
- Red paper
- Tape or glue or staples
- Ribbon or wool or thread
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