" ... your Father knows what you need before you ask him." ...Matthew 6:8
Uh-oh. Last week at Facebook somebody shared something like this: "Lust is when you can't be happy unless you have a certain thing."
Gulp. I've been
Basically, I just want to step into our office one day and have shelves everywhere. Is that asking too much? Apparently, it is. :)
The need for shelves around here has gotten pretty dire and I've even taken to dreaming about them at night. But hey, carved lions from South Africa ought not to be on kitchen counters:
... nor should elephants live on the floor:
Of course, we could get rid of a bunch of things to make room for newer stuff. Nah ...
Oh well, I'm thankful I saw that definition for lust, because it's helping me behave myself and to wait more patiently as we consider our options.
So many lessons in Life, so little time.
A couple weeks ago everyone in our neighborhood was finally given the 'new' kind of trash cans, the type we received eons ago when we lived in our other suburb house in the next town over.
Not only that, but a huge green receptacle also came and that one is for recyclables only. It's nearly as tall as I am!
In fact, a few times I've accidentally tossed plastic bags or, ack, weeds in there and have had to tip the thing forward on the ground and climb inside to retrieve whatever wasn't meant to go there.
If I ever invite you over and you can't find me? Check the recyclables bin. That's where I'll probably be.
If you believe in praying for cats could you please pray for Sammy? In all ways he seems normal except that he's hardly eating. I'm hoping it's just a tuxedo cat thing (they have many 'things'), but this weekend I've been concerned. Thanks so much!
(Probably 98% of my yard 'toys' were found at yard sales, including this $1 plant stand.)
Of course, for, like, $3,000 less. :)