Tuesday, June 2, 2009


It is June. How did that happen? I realize the last time I posted was in April, but I haven't really abandoned the blog. I'm just up in the air. Feeling a little discombobulated.

There have been several things going on and one big thing not going on. Our house has not sold yet. That has really sent me reeling. I totally thought that once it went on the market we would be out of here. That hasn't happened.

So we are weighing our options. Seeking the will of God. Waiting on His leading. Wondering what our next step is.

I covet your prayers in this situation. We will need another mind set if we are to stay here. And, of course, we need a buyer if we are to move.

So, I don't think I will begin posting again regularly until I know what we are going to do. But I could be wrong. Summer may inspire me to get back to it. Several things have happened lately that I almost posted about. As with everything, let's just wait and see.


Tipper said...

I'll say a prayer for you guys! And I hope other than the house issue-you all are doing well.

WendyDarling said...

I will be keeping you in my prayers. God has a plan. :-)

Missy @ It's Almost Naptime said...

I am sorry Julie. We had our house on the market for 11 months so I feel your pain. It never sold, and later we ended up being very glad that it didn't.

We are about to list it again - heaven help us.

Praying for you to be at peace with God's will, whatever it may be.

Buck said...

Discombobulated! That's one of my favorite words. Didn't know anybody else used it.

Just take the whole summer off. Sounds like you need a break. Just take care of you, and don't worry about all of your blog fans who wait daily at your computer-doorstep for the latest word and instructions from our hero.


RazorFamilyFarms.com said...

I am hopeful that things will get easier soon. Several of my friends are dealing with similar situations (waiting for houses to sell, etc.) and it is exhausting emotionally and financially.

My prayers and thoughts are with you, but you knew that. :)