Friday, February 12, 2010

Let it Snow!

I do not care for the snow. However I was blessed with 2 little kids who LOVE it! They sure do make it bearable though. I actually got on the sled this past weekend. Who knew sledding could be so much fun ;). Our winter has had some moments in which I have questioned my sanity. We have had a little bit of cabin fever I fear. Our little boy has literally been trying to climb the walls (and the fire place and on tables). He is all boy!
We still have no idea where we are headed to next. I have been afraid we will not be able to sell our home if we do have to move. We have had a neighbor who's house has been on the market for 6 months and has dropped the price by 30,000 and has had no luck selling. I am learning something from this though. I am learning NOT to FEAR.
I can not fear if our house will sell because I can not control our economy. I can not fear where we will move to next, instead I must look at it as an adventure. I will not fear. My mother in law gave me a banner in which I hung in my kitchen and it says "No matter what, No matter where, It's always home if love is there". This has become our motto. So what ever situation you find yourself in on this Friday evening just remember that the Lord does not want you to fear. Trust in Him! And keep the love in your homes because though at times it may seem life is a little rocky your home is where the love is kept. HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!!
From My Hart to Yours,


Rebecca said...

Sorry about the cabin fever but it sure looks like fun. I would love to play in snow like thatbut I only have sand. Good luck with everything I am sure it will all work out and I to live by that saying.
Big Hugs Bec

Victoria@WhimsybyVictoria said...

This has to be the cutest picture I have ever seen! Love it!! I can't wait to hear where you will get to move to...crossing my fingers it will be here! :) What a great true! Love you lots my beautiful friend!


Sarcastic Quilter said...

A great attitude to have! I don't know if you qualify, but look into the HAP program. We qualify and it enabled us to properly position our home on the market and actually get an offer. We are trying to work through the details now. (fingers crossed)

Good luck to you with it all!

Average Terran said...

This was truly wonderful to read! I would be truly honored if you gave your poetic advice on my blogs of poetry and follow them.

Grant Guda
The Wannabe Poet