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August 17, 2007

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Lo

I loved the double-wide. Where will the cats go?

SuseADoodle

Your deck looks sooooo much safer than the one on our friends' house on their farm! Old houses, though, are becoming the thing that chases me in my nightmares. We had a three-season porch added last fall. When they cut through the wall to put in the door where the big leaky window was, we all discovered we live in a 2-story LOG CABIN! Yikes.

Many good wishes are headed your way for the work that needs to be done at the "3rd Street House." (Not "wishes," really, make that prayers being said! Our cultural vernacular will get me every time.)

Mair

Oh, my dear. Condemned? That's such a strong word, isn't it? I'll be praying that God provides.

I love that old house. Did I tell you I cried on the plane on the way home because I didn't want to leave it? And, of course, I wanted a wonderful old house for my own beloved community.

I can't wait to get back to you and the new and improved 3rd Street house.

alana

Wow! Prayers going up! Condemned is a strong word. I have a verse for you...it's from Romans somewhere, and if you REEEELY sing the praise chorus version of it hard, it will make you feel much better:

There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Je-e-sus! (2x)

For the law of the Spirit of Life in Christ has set me free from the law of sin and death.

There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Je-e-sus!

...(I'm so bad...)

Paula

Once when I was very round with the fourth child in 6 six years the city decided it was time for me to do yard work and replace some bushes that were dying. It was a very frustrating time to be told to do something that physical! But I do love the rose bushes we put in to replace the dying ones.

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