i have gone through my email and have read a few posts. it’s time. time to be grateful and thankful to God as i clean. in the thankfulness i enter into relationship with my God. time to clean the skunk smell from the garage and the side of my car…and the cat. God will speak to me today, as i clean, wash the dishes, cook, put away clothes, do laundry, as i am grateful.
"grateful" is a good state of being while cleaning
So, what did He tell you?And ever figure out why a skunk is living in your car and eating off your dishes?
this is wonderful! and I love the way your gratitude list kept growing with each person's comments and how you added too. Lovely!
Last Sat. the freezer door was left open. Fortunately only about 8 lbs of meat thawed out. Hubby took care of freezer defrosting and I did marathon cooking and then partialling and freezing.I am thankful that we had the meat in the first place and that I still have a place to cook the meat.I'm especially thankful to be able to sit down with my husband for an evening meal. I have so missed that! It's often in the ordinary routines that we truly see God's steadfast goodness and love (This goes along with what Susan said).
funny how He so frequently shows up in the ordinary routines …
the garage is looking and smelling better…the cat gets her bath this evening.
Yes, He will Nancy. But, oh my, skunk!!!