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Thursday, May 31, 2018


Today's Bible Study-
Exodus 34-Commandments Rewritten
Romans 8- No Condemnation in Christ

Today's work in Romans 

From

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Today's Hymn

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? recorded steps yesterday. Didn't wear the phone

Years ago we were given a beat up, 28' camp trailer which we have been using as our "attic" (storage). Yesterday we got the whole thing cleaned out. Now, there is a big stack of stuff in the living room that Hubby needs to go through, and we have a bunch of stuff to run through the laundry to try to salvage from mold, but the trailer is ready to haul off. Where, I don't know. But it's ready.

To Do:
  • Go to town and buy clothes and shoes for those needing them.
  • Have lunch with my dad.
  • prep for grocery shopping
  • all the normal chores
  • put price tags on all my inventory
  • switch my son's phone
  • finish prepping the beds for planting
  • list things with craigslist
  • Get an ad ready for the sale coming up
  • catch up medical records to include chicken pox

Tuh Done (what I've finished for the week):

  • listed my bedroom furniture with craigslist. No bites yet :-(
  • tow a car
  • cleaned out the trailer
  • worked in the garden
Egalitarianism’s dirty secret: the sexual objectification of women

Poverty or simplicity?School shootings, teacher's strikes, anxious kids; solution? eliminate cumpulsory schooling




Flylady often blames our mothers for why we don't dust, but I disagree. My mother never made me dust, much less "dust the right way," (move everything off, wipe the shelf down, put everything back after cleaning it). I think "dusting the right way" is just unpleasant work (like cleaning a toilet). No one enjoys it by the nature of being human. I do agree using the feather duster is fun, though. It makes the job much better. Oh, it doesn't get all the dust and what it does get a good deal is just wiped off the shelf onto the floor. But, duuhhh, dust first, then vacuum up what you knocked off. So much nicer. Not perfect, but nicer.

For my Daily routines, see the sidebar.

Monthly Habit we are building:

Moving for 10 minutes a day

I try to walk around the block everyday we have school. That takes 25 minutes (half of it is up hill, so slow). I need to find a way to get my moving in on non-school days.

Weekly zone focus:  

Living Room/ Dining room

(You know, my "moods to clean" run about a week behind Flylady's schedule. I think the week of reading about doing a zone makes me want to tackle it. I may just set my zones to be a week behind hers and work with it instead of trying to focus on what she says.)
(This is the zone we are tackling all our monthly and less often chores in this week)

Today's Meals:

  • SOS
  • SOS
  • Spaghetti

FlyLady Daily Mission:

  • Detail vacuum the living room. (probably won't. I'll work outside instead).

Tami's assignments (Tami is a homeschooling mom of 6 who is a partner of FlyLady):

  • declutter one room
Ok, so, since my house is different from anyone else's (whose isn't?) I think I will begin making my own missions at the beginning of the week. I'll take Flylady and Tami's assignments and evaluate my house, picking what I need to do the most in each zone. 

My Daily Mission:

  • Get the shopping lists ready



"Do it Now."


"To take the first step in faith, you don't have to see the whole staircase: just take the first step." - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This applies to a clean house, too.

"Anything worth doing is worth doing Imperfectly" - Flylady

"Baby Steps."

"You can do anything for 15 minutes." 

"You are not behind. Just jump in where you are."

"Your house didn't get this way overnight. It won't get under control in a day. It takes time."


How about you? What's on your list today?

Do you use a feather duster? Do you like it? 


Have a great day!

I highly recommend Flylady.com

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018


Today's Bible Study-
Exodus 32- The Golden Calf
Romans 7

Today's work in Romans 

From

35 Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?

36 As it is written, For thy sake we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.

37 Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us. 


38 For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, 

39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

To

35 Can anything remove us from the love of Christ? Will troubles, or difficulties, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or war?

36 Just like it is written, "For Thy sake we face death all day long. We are being slaughtered like sheep."

37 No, despite all these things, overwhelming victory is ours through Christ, who loved us.


38 For I am convinced that nothing can separate us from God's love; not death, nor life, nor spiritual beings, nor government authorities, nor physical force, nor anything in the present, nor the future, 

39 Nothing from outer space to the bottom of the ocean, nor anything in the whole universe, can separate us from the love of God, which is shown us through Christ Jesus our Boss.
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Today's Hymn

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4347 recorded steps yesterday.

Ok, car towed home.

Worked in the garden some. On the way home from getting the car I saw a neighbor had put a canopy (like I use at vendor events) up over their porch. It gave me the idea to use mine over my garden while I worked. By the time I could get started it was already brutal out there, so this extra shade extended the time I could work.

The sunshine really is more intense out here. We have so little humidity that there is nothing filtering the sunlight. I understand in other places you don't have to worry about getting sunburned, at least in the winter? We pretty much have to watch it year around.

Flylady says today is "anti-procrastination day" So, I think I'll go pull the stuff out of the trailer that I know I need to get rid of. It will mean setting it outside, possibly in the weather, but oh well. I need to get it gone through.

To Do:
  • prep for grocery shopping
  • all the normal chores
  • put price tags on all my inventory
  • switch my son's phone
  • finish prepping the beds for planting
  • list things with craigslist
  • Get an ad ready for the sale coming up
  • catch up medical records to include chicken pox

Tuh Done (what I've finished for the week):

  • listed my bedroom furniture with craigslist. No bites yet :-(
  • tow a car
  • worked in the garden
Egalitarianism’s dirty secret: the sexual objectification of women

Poverty or simplicity?School shootings, teacher's strikes, anxious kids; solution? eliminate cumpulsory schooling




Flylady often blames our mothers for why we don't dust, but I disagree. My mother never made me dust, much less "dust the right way," (move everything off, wipe the shelf down, put everything back after cleaning it). I think "dusting the right way" is just unpleasant work (like cleaning a toilet). No one enjoys it by the nature of being human. I do agree using the feather duster is fun, though. It makes the job much better. Oh, it doesn't get all the dust and what it does get a good deal is just wiped off the shelf onto the floor. But, duuhhh, dust first, then vacuum up what you knocked off. So much nicer. Not perfect, but nicer.

For my Daily routines, see the sidebar.

Monthly Habit we are building:

Moving for 10 minutes a day

I try to walk around the block everyday we have school. That takes 25 minutes (half of it is up hill, so slow). I need to find a way to get my moving in on non-school days.

Weekly zone focus:  

Living Room/ Dining room

(You know, my "moods to clean" run about a week behind Flylady's schedule. I think the week of reading about doing a zone makes me want to tackle it. I may just set my zones to be a week behind hers and work with it instead of trying to focus on what she says.)
(This is the zone we are tackling all our monthly and less often chores in this week)

Today's Meals:

  • SOS
  • SOS
  • Quesidillas/burritoes

FlyLady Daily Mission:

  • Detail vacuum the living room. (probably won't. I'll work outside instead).

Tami's assignments (Tami is a homeschooling mom of 6 who is a partner of FlyLady):

  • declutter one room
Ok, so, since my house is different from anyone else's (whose isn't?) I think I will begin making my own missions at the beginning of the week. I'll take Flylady and Tami's assignments and evaluate my house, picking what I need to do the most in each zone. 

My Daily Mission:

  • Clean out the eastern half of the storage trailer (camp trailer)



"Do it Now."


"To take the first step in faith, you don't have to see the whole staircase: just take the first step." - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This applies to a clean house, too.

"Anything worth doing is worth doing Imperfectly" - Flylady

"Baby Steps."

"You can do anything for 15 minutes." 

"You are not behind. Just jump in where you are."

"Your house didn't get this way overnight. It won't get under control in a day. It takes time."


How about you? What's on your list today?

Do you use a feather duster? Do you like it? 


Have a great day!

I highly recommend Flylady.com

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Tuesday, May 29, 2018

1 And when the people saw that Moses delayed to come down out of the mountain, the people gathered themselves together to Aaron, and said to him, "Get up! Make us gods, which will go in front of us, because we don’t know what has happened to Moses, the man that brought us up out of the land of Egypt.”

The people were used to worshiping idols, "gods" they could see, and they figured Moses was dead since he took so long to come back.  

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Today's Bible Study-
Exodus 32- The Golden Calf
Romans 7

Today's work in Romans 

From

31 What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us? 

32 He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things? 

33 Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God's elect? It is God that justifieth. 

34 Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us.

To

31 What shall we say, then, to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? 

32 Since He didn't even spare His own Son, but gave Him up for us all, won't He also give us everything else?

33 Who can accuse those who have chosen God of any sin? It is God who makes us right with Him. 

34 Who can condemn us? It is Christ who died, rose from the dead, and is even at the right hand of God, who also pleads for us.
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Today's Hymn

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? recorded steps yesterday. Didn't wear the phone/

We took a nice drive yesterday. So nice to just get away.

Sadly, one of our cars broke over the weekend and we are pretty sure it would cost more than the car is worth to fix it. So, today I have to call the tow truck company and have it towed home (it broke down just as my son was pulling into work, so it's been in a strip mall parking lot for a day or so).

I also have a lot of work to do in the garden, and I really need help with it. Add to that the things in storage I need to go through and declutter, that we need to go clothes shopping Thursday because workday at the church is Friday so we can't do it then, and I think we will take the rest of the week off school. We actually, usually, need a week or two off this time of the year, so its not really unexpected and I planned for it.

Polka Dots are almost gone, but one of my unvaxed kids hasn't been sick yet, so I expect next week for her to be down. Interestingly, of the 5 who were vaxed for CP, 3 have been sick (fever, aches and pains, draggy, just generally blahh). Joy, who had them when she was 2 and has had shingles the last few weeks, is still sick (possibly allergies, though. She has bad hayfever.) And Andy and I, who have had CP before, have both been blahhh and achy for several weeks. Definitely not well.

To Do:
  • prep for grocery shopping
  • tow a car
  • all the normal chores
  • put price tags on all my inventory
  • switch my son's phone
  • finish prepping the beds for planting
  • list things with craigslist
  • catch up medical records to include chicken pox

Tuh Done (what I've finished for the week):

  • listed my bedroom furniture with craigslist. No bites yet :-(

Egalitarianism’s dirty secret: the sexual objectification of women

Poverty or simplicity?School shootings, teacher's strikes, anxious kids; solution? eliminate cumpulsory schooling




Flylady often blames our mothers for why we don't dust, but I disagree. My mother never made me dust, much less "dust the right way," (move everything off, wipe the shelf down, put everything back after cleaning it). I think "dusting the right way" is just unpleasant work (like cleaning a toilet). No one enjoys it by the nature of being human. I do agree using the feather duster is fun, though. It makes the job much better. Oh, it doesn't get all the dust and what it does get a good deal is just wiped off the shelf onto the floor. But, duuhhh, dust first, then vacuum up what you knocked off. So much nicer. Not perfect, but nicer.

For my Daily routines, see the sidebar.

Monthly Habit we are building:

Moving for 10 minutes a day

I try to walk around the block everyday we have school. That takes 25 minutes (half of it is up hill, so slow). I need to find a way to get my moving in on non-school days.

Weekly zone focus:  

Living Room/ Dining room

(You know, my "moods to clean" run about a week behind Flylady's schedule. I think the week of reading about doing a zone makes me want to tackle it. I may just set my zones to be a week behind hers and work with it instead of trying to focus on what she says.)
(This is the zone we are tackling all our monthly and less often chores in this week)

Today's Meals:

  • SOS
  • SOS
  • Country style pork ribs, with homemade shake and bake

FlyLady Daily Mission:

  • Sofa Diving

Tami's assignments (Tami is a homeschooling mom of 6 who is a partner of FlyLady):

  • declutter one room
Ok, so, since my house is different from anyone else's (whose isn't?) I think I will begin making my own missions at the beginning of the week. I'll take Flylady and Tami's assignments and evaluate my house, picking what I need to do the most in each zone. 

My Daily Mission:

  • Tow a car
  • Clean the kitchen



"Do it Now."


"To take the first step in faith, you don't have to see the whole staircase: just take the first step." - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This applies to a clean house, too.

"Anything worth doing is worth doing Imperfectly" - Flylady

"Baby Steps."

"You can do anything for 15 minutes." 

"You are not behind. Just jump in where you are."

"Your house didn't get this way overnight. It won't get under control in a day. It takes time."


How about you? What's on your list today?

Do you use a feather duster? Do you like it? 


Have a great day!

I highly recommend Flylady.com

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Friday, May 25, 2018

1 You will make an altar to burn incense on of acacia  wood. 

2 It will be 18" x 18" and three feet tall with horns in the corners carved from the same piece of wood. 


3 And you will cover it with pure gold, top and sides all around, including the horns. Make a molding of gold around the top.


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Today's Bible Study-
Exodus 30- perfumes
Romans 7

Today's work in Romans 

From

28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. 

29 For whom he did foreknow, he also did predestinate to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brethren. 

30 Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified.


To

28 And we know that God works all things together for good for those who love Him, for those who are the called according to His purpose. 

29 Because God established boundaries for all He knew beforehand would choose Him to make them share the same [inner essence, identity, behavior, essential nature] as His Son, so that Christ would be the firstborn among many brothers. 

30 What's more, whoever He pre-decided to be made into Christ's [inner essence, identity, behavior, essential nature], He also invited to Him. And whoever He invited, He made right with Him. And whoever He made right with Him, He gave His glory to.

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Today's Hymn

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? recorded steps yesterday. Didn't wear the phone/

It has been raining for an entire day. Very unusual for us! The water is much appreciated.

To Do:
  • grocery shopping
  • Pick up chicken feed (a much bigger deal now that the local feed store has closed. It means we have to go all the way into town)
  • all the normal chores
  • put price tags on all my inventory
  • switch my son's phone
  • finish prepping the beds for planting
  • list things with craigslist
  • catch up medical records to include chicken pox

Tuh Done (what I've finished for the week):

  • listed my bedroom furniture with craigslist. No bites yet :-(
  • did a detailed inventory of my Lilla Rose stuff. (I have decided that I need to go back to a detailed inventory to better protect myself from accusations of credit card fraud)
  • Pulled music for worship service
  • watered my trees
  • made the puppy gates
  • Set up loyalty cards for BeST Clips 

Egalitarianism’s dirty secret: the sexual objectification of women

Poverty or simplicity?School shootings, teacher's strikes, anxious kids; solution? eliminate cumpulsory schooling




Flylady often blames our mothers for why we don't dust, but I disagree. My mother never made me dust, much less "dust the right way," (move everything off, wipe the shelf down, put everything back after cleaning it). I think "dusting the right way" is just unpleasant work (like cleaning a toilet). No one enjoys it by the nature of being human. I do agree using the feather duster is fun, though. It makes the job much better. Oh, it doesn't get all the dust and what it does get a good deal is just wiped off the shelf onto the floor. But, duuhhh, dust first, then vacuum up what you knocked off. So much nicer. Not perfect, but nicer.

For my Daily routines, see the sidebar.

Monthly Habit we are building:

Moving for 10 minutes a day

I try to walk around the block everyday we have school. That takes 25 minutes (half of it is up hill, so slow). I need to find a way to get my moving in on non-school days.

Weekly zone focus:  

Master Bedroom
(You know, my "moods to clean" run about a week behind Flylady's schedule. I think the week of reading about doing a zone makes me want to tackle it. I may just set my zones to be a week behind hers and work with it instead of trying to focus on what she says.)
(This is the zone we are tackling all our monthly and less often chores in this week)

Today's Meals:

  • SOS
  • SOS
  • hamburger helper? (homemade from scratch)

FlyLady Daily Mission:

  • Dust the master bedroom (which I did yesterday)

Tami's assignments (Tami is a homeschooling mom of 6 who is a partner of FlyLady):

  • ditto
Ok, so, since my house is different from anyone elses (whose isn't?) I think I will begin making my own missions at the beginning of the week. I'll take Flylady and Tami's assignments and evaluate my house, picking what I need to do the most in each zone. 

My Daily Mission:

  • Grocery shopping
  • Full clean in preparation for a long weekend



"Do it Now."


"To take the first step in faith, you don't have to see the whole staircase: just take the first step." - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This applies to a clean house, too.

"Anything worth doing is worth doing Imperfectly" - Flylady

"Baby Steps."

"You can do anything for 15 minutes." 

"You are not behind. Just jump in where you are."

"Your house didn't get this way overnight. It won't get under control in a day. It takes time."


How about you? What's on your list today?

Do you use a feather duster? Do you like it? 


Have a great day!

I highly recommend Flylady.com

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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Still polka dotted

42 This will be a continuous burnt offering for all your descendants, at the door of the Tabernacle of the Congregation before the I AM. This is where I will meet you, to speak to you. 

43 And this where I will meet with the children of Israel, and the tabernacle shall be purified by My glory. 

44 And I will purify the Tabernacle of the Congregation, and the altar. I will also purify both Aaron and his sons, to minister to Me in the priest's office. 

45 And I will live among the children of Israel, and will be their God. 

46 And they will know that I am the I AM their God, that brought them up out of the land of Egypt, that I may live among them. I am the I AM their God.


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Today's Bible Study-
Exodus 27- The Alter and the Court
Romans 7

Today's work in Romans 

From

23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.

24 For we are saved by hope: but hope that is seen is not hope: for what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope for?

25 But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it.

26 Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered. 


27 And he that searcheth the hearts knoweth what is the mind of the Spirit, because he maketh intercession for the saints according to the will of God.


To

(revisited)
23 And not just the creation, but us too, who have God's Spirit as our first gift from Him, also groan in our hearts, waiting for the day we have full rights as His children, including the new bodies He has promised us. 

24 We were given this hope when we were saved, but if we already have something, we don't need to hope for it.


25 So if we are hoping for what we don't yet have, then we are patiently waiting for it.

26 In the same way, the spirit also helps our weaknesses because we don't know what we should pray for like we should, but our spirit pleads for us with groans that words can't express. 


27 And He who already knows what is in our hearts, knows what our spirit is saying, because it  pleads for us who are pure according to the will of God.

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Today's Hymn

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? recorded steps yesterday. Didn't wear the phone/

Chicken Polka Dots Update:

  • Joy (#1-26yo), who started it all with the shingles, is doing better, finally. 
  • Josh (#9-6yo) is bouncing off the walls and his spots are fading.
  • Jackie (#7-13yo) is in the most miserable stage; unbearable itching. 
  • Jim (#2-23yo) and Jess (#5) don't feel good. 
  • My arm still hurts, though not as badly.
  • Andy doesn't feel good either. 

To Do:
  • all the normal chores
  • finish setting up the newsletters for the blogs I am doing
  • put price tags on all my inventory
  • switch my son's phone
  • finish prepping the beds for planting
  • list things with craigslist
  • catch up medical records to include chicken pox

Tuh Done (what I've finished for the week):

  • did a detailed inventory of my Lilla Rose stuff. (I have decided that I need to go back to a detailed inventory to better protect myself from accusations of credit card fraud)
  • Pulled music for worship service
  • watered my trees
  • made the puppy gates
  • Set up loyalty cards for BeST Clips 

Egalitarianism’s dirty secret: the sexual objectification of women

Poverty or simplicity?School shootings, teacher's strikes, anxious kids; solution? eliminate cumpulsory schooling




Flylady often blames our mothers for why we don't dust, but I disagree. My mother never made me dust, much less "dust the right way," (move everything off, wipe the shelf down, put everything back after cleaning it). I think "dusting the right way" is just unpleasant work (like cleaning a toilet). No one enjoys it by the nature of being human. I do agree using the feather duster is fun, though. It makes the job much better. Oh, it doesn't get all the dust and what it does get a good deal is just wiped off the shelf onto the floor. But, duuhhh, dust first, then vacuum up what you knocked off. So much nicer. Not perfect, but nicer.

For my Daily routines, see the sidebar.

Monthly Habit we are building:

Moving for 10 minutes a day

I try to walk around the block everyday we have school. That takes 25 minutes (half of it is up hill, so slow). I need to find a way to get my moving in on non-school days.

Weekly zone focus:  

Master Bedroom
(You know, my "moods to clean" run about a week behind Flylady's schedule. I think the week of reading about doing a zone makes me want to tackle it. I may just set my zones to be a week behind hers and work with it instead of trying to focus on what she says.)
(This is the zone we are tackling all our monthly and less often chores in this week)

Today's Meals:

  • SOS
  • SOS
  • spaghetti

FlyLady Daily Mission

  • Clean the dresser

Tami's assignments (Tami is a homeschooling mom of 6 who is a partner of FlyLady):

  • Declutter the closet
"Do it Now."


"To take the first step in faith, you don't have to see the whole staircase: just take the first step." - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This applies to a clean house, too.

"Anything worth doing is worth doing Imperfectly" - Flylady

"Baby Steps."

"You can do anything for 15 minutes." 

"You are not behind. Just jump in where you are."

"Your house didn't get this way overnight. It won't get under control in a day. It takes time."


How about you? What's on your list today?

Do you use a feather duster? Do you like it? 


Have a great day!

I highly recommend Flylady.com

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