The mishaps of moving

    Three weeks in a row, I have been three-fourths of the way through my article and the computer starts to reconfigure. I then have to wait ‘til it’s done and start the article all over again. I don’t have much patience. Once I start writing I just go with the flow, and I’m never sure what’s going to come out of my finger tips.
    The kids got here from Virginia, and with more of the family here, we got two trailers unloaded into two storage units before eating. I fixed lasagna and salad, my daughter-in-law brought garlic bread. We were all tired but the food was good.
    My son from Macomb mowed while we unloaded. We only had two mishaps. The liquid laundry soap spilled in the back of a trailer and everything had to be wiped off. You know how much soapy residue that concentrated soap leaves, it took five people two hours to take care of that.

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    “Your life in Christ makes you strong, and his love comforts you. You have fellowship with the Spirit, and you have kindness and compassion for one another” (Philippians. 2:1 TEV).