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Company has come and gone. It was a blast while they were here. We went to Moose Jaw, SK and took in the sights. Company took tours of the Tunnels of Moose Jaw, while hubby and I wandered the downtown area and shopped. We found organic produce cheaper there than at home, by one third! I picked up apples and pears to take home. Turned the pears into a pear sauce for pancakes. I'm snacking on the apples.
Company was artistic and musical. She artistic, he musical. On the way
We have been living in our Motor Home for two months already. I just love it. It take so little time to sweep through and wipe up the floors and clean the bathroom. The bathroom is so nice. I love the corner shower. We just put up a liquid soap dispenser for: shower gel, shamoo and condition. We had to replace the shower head and the toilet. The floor and counter tops in there are tile. I never had tile in my bathroom before and I just love it. Our large closet is in there and the doors are mirrors.
I can do all things through him who strengthens me.
No matter what it is in your life, whether a trial, a job or a situation with someone hard or impossible to get along with.You CAN find the strength you need to get it done through Jesus Christ.You may not have the ambition, patience, drive or motivation you need to get through it, but Jesus does!
Dealing with an impossible person with God's Love and understanding IS possible with the patience
Well I missed posting yesterday, but it was for a good reason. I was working on the flip side of frugality - earning income. I took my hooked rugs to a craft sale for the first time. I sold 7 of them! Granted, not large ones, but still SEVEN rugs. I also took some sewing and some homespun yarn. Sold some of those as well. I figure I brought in around $300. Not bad for the cost of the table at $42.50. I'll go again next year, more prepared.
Updated 05-28-2012 at 12:47 AM by peanut
So today was an interesting day. I sold a stove by accident this morning. Yes, by accident. I received an email from a man last evening asking if my stove was still for sale. I'd already made plans to have it picked up by the ReStore, as it had been on sale for a month and I had company coming next week and needed it out of here! ReStore was going to charge me $30 to take it away. So I told the man in the email that he could have the stove for free if he got here before the ReStore guy (what