You know, the other side of the mountains. . . and it feels like the other side of the world.
This time one week ago, I was tromping through 18 inches of snow and 12 degree temps to chase my mammoth of a puppy.
Then we went to Seattle for a few days. We tolerate the traffic because we love the people there!
Now I'm sitting in an air conditioned (thank goodness!) coffee shop in California. It is 75 degrees outside and I'm melting! - can I just say again, Our life is sooo weird!
I'm not going to write much because my brain is not functioning on all cylinders. I just wanted to let you know that we are still alive, although there have been moments in the past few days that I think we would have rather not been.
On the way to California, Noah got sick (I'm talking "middle of the night wake you up puking in a hotel" kind of sick). Then we managed to pick up our trailer and get it to the RV park before this lovely stomach virus hit Josh and then Caden. Basically, we have all been awake most of the night for the past four nights! Add that to some pretty intense ministry difficulties and we are feeling a bit weary. Pray for us, will you?
We are still here though, trucking along! God's grace is sufficient and we know our trials are small compared to the trials of many we know.
I'll try to write something a bit more upbeat next time. I promise! :)
Hi! I'm Sarah
I'm so glad you stopped by! I pray you find encouragement and a reason to smile while you're visiting! If this is your first time on my blog, be sure to START HERE.
God is Unchanging!
He is still
on the throne!
(see Psalm 102)
Lord, you are
and my cup
you hold my future.
The boundary lines have fallen for me
in pleasant places;
indeed, I have a beautiful inheritance.
I will bless the Lord who counsels me--
even at night when my thoughts trouble me.
I always let the Lord guide me.
Because he is at my right hand,
I will not be shaken.
2 Samuel, 1 Chronicles
(Bible in a year reading plan)
for the Christian Life
by Donald Whitney
(reading this with Josh)
by Kelly Needham
The Fibro Manual
by Ginevra Liptan