Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Random Post and Prayer Request

I took a break today from looking for a house and packing to do a little visiting in blog land.
One of my favorite people and places is Rachel Anne's Home Sanctuary. I was other there today and she suggested visting another blog so I did. And then I went to another blog and found this...I loved the idea so I wanted to share it!

Rowena is trying to get people to join her in de-cluttering. I am going to join. I had a great time reading some of the other posts.

So if you need a little nudge toward de-cluttering join us.

We are still on our quest to find a new home. To day we began talking about something that I really need wisdom and guidance from the Lord concerning. And so dear sweet sisters. I ask you all to pray for us and leave me comments and words of wisdom.

This is something that I have been thinking about for a while. The other day we found a house that would accomodate us and my mother. I began praying about my mother moving in with us. Actually praying God would soften Cowboys heart to even consider it. And God did begin to move. Today during a conversation about houses I mentioned to Cowboy and he agreed.

Would you guys prayer with us. We are still house hunting but now our criteria has changed somewhat. We haven't even spoken to my mother who will need some huge nudging.

But if God softened Cowboys heart then I know he will work a miracle with not only my mother but with all the details.

I have been wanting this for awhile. As I was praying last night I was overwhelmed concerning the thought of my mommy coming to live with me. I don't get to see her often. Having her with us would be fun in a lot of ways I know. But in a lot of ways it will be a huge change.

If any of you have your elderly parents living with you and you have any words of wisdom I would surely appreciate it. And, please pray for us. All of us as we seek God's direction.


Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Hi Sherry...nice to meet you! I saw your comment on Tarnished & Tattered & being a fellow Texan, I had to come & have a look-see. This heartfelt post compelled me to comment & offer up my prayers. I am not a caregiver for the eldery so I don't have any advice to offer. Just a prayer & God bless.

Denise said...

I love you my friend.