Friday, September 16, 2011

Discipleship Deliberation



The week in general ~ Work, work, work.  We've all got tired bodies, but wow - the children are holding up great!

In our studies this week ~ The boys are learning how to pack.  Specifically, they are learning to think through what is easy to live without for a short time vs. what absolutely needs to stay available.  The girls room, chaos, landing, guest room, boys room, master closet, master bedroom, and library are all ready for the first truck that comes the end of next week.

What needs some tweaking ~ Again, nothing.  We just need to continue to sleep well and keep up this pace.  Truck I packing is done.  Today through most of next week is condo prep/clean/paint.

My own discipleship ~ Moved back into Proverbs until we move.  Must keep things simple right now.

The best thing about the week ~ All the scheduled  packing we got done, and ahead of schedule, too.  This allowed for enough downtime for the girls and I to do our toes last night.  (Hey, this is important stuff!  We may be exhausted, but our toes are going to be cute!  ;)


Questions, comments, thoughts ~ Mr Perfect had the final walk-through on the condo yesterday.  Rumour has it it's pretty clean, but needs paint.  We were planning on painting the kitchen/dining area, and laundry room, so that's no problem.  We're praying the rest will simply need touch up.

Something to share ~ Can I just tell you how fabulous my sons have been through all of this?  They are obeying well, helping well, listening, etc.  What BLESSINGS!!!



Care to deliberate the discipleship going on in your home?  Here's what to do:
Grab the button and put it in your blog post.
Write your own post using these deliberation points, adding or removing whatever works for you.
Come back to this post and link up.
Leave me a comment and let me know about it so I can come visit you too!






3 comments:

  1. Hallelujah! What a load of good news! Rejoicing with you,

    Julie

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  2. Moving can be so stressful, but it looks like you are on top of things. Hope all goes very, very smoothly for you.

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  3. Here is my link-up: http://tinahollenbeck.blogspot.com/2011/09/discipleship-deliberation-vol-2-issue-7.html.

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