Thursday, October 16, 2008

My bags are packed, I'm ready to go


The Kitchen is clean.
The dining room is clean.
Family room is clean.
Laundry is done.


Floors mopped. Yes girls, I did pull out the fridge and stove.
Washer and dryer pulled out and cleaned under and behind.
The computer room is clean.
The sewing room is clean.
The craft closet is organized.

Grandson's room.
Adult Guest Room
Granddaughter's room.
The beds are made.
The toy closet organized.

The living room is clean.

The bathrooms are clean.
The car is clean.
The garage...oops.
Well, a girl just has so much time!

I can leave now. See you all in a month. Thanks for the good wishes and prayers.

13 comments:

Rela Pantaleon-Manigsaca said...

You are really going... May the Lord use you and your friends as you all minister in Tanzania!

Hey, did you just change your main picture??? That's a pretty, white clematis!!!

God bless and protect you!

Julie said...

YEAH... I will be praying for you!!! I cannot wait to hear about all the Lord is going to do in and through you!!!

Anonymous said...

I'll bet those rooms won't be looking like that when you arrive home! :)

Seriously, I am excited about your opportunity and will keep you in my prayers.

God go with you and keep you safe!

Gina said...

Hold hands when you cross the street and don't talk to strangers.
Remember our cultural lessons:
Eat everything that is put in front of you- make sure you pray for it first- and don't drink the water. Also, dont use ice. Ice= water. If you don't like it and don't wish for more, leave a couple of bites on your plate. if you eat it all they will give you more.
Refuse the first time you are offered anything- accept the second time. This loosley translates to- don't be greedy, and don't insult your host's hospitality.
Everyone will want to touch you- especially your hair. I know we don't like to be touched- get over it.

I will pick up the phone 100 times to call you in the next month. 50 times I will dial anyway and talk to Dad.

I love you, and I am proud of you.

Anonymous said...

P.S.
Those hydrangea blossoms are absolutely the prettiest I've ever seen. What did you feed them to get these beautiful shades? (I'm assuming they're from your yard.)

*Chelsea Lynn* said...

i love you grandma. You and i will always be kindred spirits. I am sorry you left and i didn't get to say good bye.

we all know im a stubborn ass... so yea. sorry.

Trish said...

Love you and am very proud of you.

be safe!

Therese said...

Will keep the prayers coming for your journey. You are a dear friend...love you!

Be safe!

Ren said...

I hope you enjoy your journey, Sorry I didn't get to say goodbye. Come home safe, you all are in my prayers!

Pautlitz Blog said...

Good luck! You will be in my prayers

FalkFamily said...

I'm so sorry I didn't get to say goodbye. You are in my prayers - much love to you and I can't wait to hear from you when you get back :)

Frizzy and Bird said...

Oh, does that mean you'll be knocking on my door to clean my home next? Just kidding! Stay safe. I'll be praying for traveling mercies for you all. Can't wait to hear all the wonderful stories you'll have to share!

Karin @ 6ByHisDesign said...

Gramma -
I wrote earlier, but the comment disappeared. Did you call 1-800- @_#(*%&@% before you left, cuz he wasn't let my words go through.

Nonetheless, I wanted to let you know that MidWestern churches are praying on your behalf. Thank you for answering the call of God to do this. May His voice resonate through yours, His ways work the very bones of your hands, and may others see His heart through you.

(And I know they do.)

Much love,
~k

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