This place is a total zoo

Micah starts school tomorrow morning and we still don't know the right time to have him there.

He's still trying to clean his room for the company coming this weekend and his junk is everywhere.

Hillary is in and out and unpacking and packing and her stuff is all over too.

Thomas is still not sure if he is going away to college this week. So he's filling out forms and working and coming and going and not even sure if he is going. The school has said he's past due, but maybe if he completes all his forms they may still accept him.

Which means I still don't know if I'm driving to Northern Alberta on Monday and coming back Tuesday or not. And I'm on call then too, so I need to make plans.

And he's upstairs trying to bake pies for his employees for the job he finished up today. Now, at 10:45 pm.

And we have company coming on Friday.

And I have a dentist appointment at 8 in the morning, but Lauralea's tooth broke tonight so we are trying to see if her and I can change appointments, except hers is next Tuesday when I might be in northern alberta driving the kids to school.

And I'm trying to hear God about some things.

This is a very frustrating place to be right now and I hate it.

I need some sliced, prepared meats to help me take my mind off things.

4 comments:

  1. Peace to you and yours.

    And good schooling.

    :)

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  2. i think the position is:-

    Panic stations.

    may god's blessings be on you and yours

    and that you get the dental appointments you both need

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  3. inhale.......... exhaaaaaaaaaaaaaale!

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  4. Greetings from Wetaskiwin and Malmo. So interesting to read the "blog" and how all the vagaries of each of our lives play out in different ways. Yes, indeed, each of us writes our own story. However, it seems obvious that if faith abounds within literally every avenue of our lives, then we can proceed with daily living-- you have a wonderful way of showing this in your writings.
    Edie and I want you to know we are praying for you and your family. We feel you are a person of extraordinary insight and perception, and we are thinking of you at this and we wish you all the best.

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