"And lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world" (Matt. 28:20b)

a LIFELONG JOURNEY: ONE EXCITING STEP AFTER ANOTHER.

a LIFELONG JOURNEY: ONE EXCITING STEP AFTER ANOTHER.

Join me along The Journey as we await the real Return of the King!

Sometimes my path has seemed all over the place. Things seem unrelated to each other. But like the Celtic knot that signifies my lifelong journey, each point along the path only makes sense in relationship to all the others. And they come together only through my relationship to Messiah Yeshua. I’m inviting you to share my journey.

Moving

Yes.

Really moving.

This is not a metaphorical word, at least not this time. This time we really ARE moving (again). Yehovah has opened all the doors to our move to Colorado.

(In case you don’t know, we’re leaving Texas.)

So, boxing up our lives and getting ready to head out from our lovely home to our new lovely home is a process. Kind of like a spiritual journey, we have to declutter and get rid of anything that would hinder our move or that will no longer fit.

And that means I can leave behind all the teal and turquoise I wanted a year ago.

It’s a lovely color.

In small doses. Not as accent walls both upstairs and downstairs and even in a bathroom.

My craft room is matchy-matchy and overflowing with that lovely color.

I thought I would love it forever.

It lasted about 4 months before I was sick of it.

from Texas to Colorado: on my lifelong journey

Here’s our townhouse in Texas.

Did you see all the teal/turquoise?

When I was a little girl, turquoise was my mom’s favorite color. One year, she painted EVERYTHING turquoise. We had turquoise furniture and turquoise drapes. While my dad was out of town, the city painted all the water towers.

Yep.

Turquoise.

My dad demanded to know how she accomplished that!

You would have thought I’d learned.

Here’s the townhouse we’re moving to in Colorado (much smaller).

I like the new back yard better! (Click here to learn about where we’ll be living.)

But you know what I like best about the new place?

White walls.

A blank canvas that we can use to express who we are NOW. And I get to redecorate my creative space (aka craft room) with the items I sell. A whole new look!

And who doesn’t like that?

I’ll keep you posted on how things go when we get thereā€”if the Lord is willing and the saints don’t rise!

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