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TREASURE: WHERE IS YOURS?

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Well, I did fall short of my 28 day goal. I would have made it except for the fact that we have bought a house and I am in the middle of getting ready to move at the end of this month! A few things need to be done before we get into the house. It wasn’t absolutely essential, but it will make life a lot easier if we do them before moving in. So I’m afraid blogging is going to have to take a back burner while I get this move done the beginning of April. It is all moving too fast!

If I had been successful moving all of my blog over here, I would simply be sharing older posts with you, but that would entail more technology work that I don’t have time to do right now. It just goes on and on! I wish I could finish these loose ends that tend to cost me money as well. But I will get it done soon…I hope.

We are so excited for this unexpected treat.

We are excited to move. I look forward to having more space to breathe. The square footage is a couple hundred more than we have now, but the storage space with the garage is definitely more. I will have a place to put my stuff while I sort it…what is left of the things I actually take with me. It will be a perfect size for the two of us.

We are so thankful to be able to move to this house and be able to enjoy it for a few years. You know about the home organizers who tell us to keep what gives us joy or what we find to be beautiful? I’m looking forward to enjoying some joy and beauty on this earth for a few years until I have the eternal kind that is the perfect, stunning kind that never fades and never rusts.

Blessings!

 “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth,
where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal,
but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven,
where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal.

For where your treasure is,
there your heart will be also.

Matthew 6:19-21 ESV

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I am a wife (50 yrs), mother (3), grandmother (7), sister (3), nurse, pastor's wife (ret.). Daughter of the King, redeemed child of God, forgiven because of the work of Christ for me! I started blogging about the grace of God at the intersection of the grit of life. Now, I specifically emphasize, how there is hope for those of us who are scared, overwhelmed or brokenhearted. This blog is written to women and has a Christian slant. Please join us with your presence...and comments:)

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