It's move in day! My niece Melodie has been living with us and today she is moving into her apartment.
I grew up with a dad that owned a moving company. In fact my first job was a "packer". Hated it! Anyway my sister and husband got in last night driving a truck with her stuff. So we decided to move things last night while it was a little cooler :).
I was remembering back to when we moved to Nashville 20 years ago. In fact, my niece is moving into the same condo complex that Shelley, Heather, and Terry lived in. The layout is the same too so it's a huge blast from the past. I was a newly wed. We had no idea what our path would be or where God would take us.
That was why the name Point of Grace meant so much to us. "we as Christians live every day at the point of God's grace". There were many things that we were unsure about, but we knew God was in it.
It's still so true today. I just got off the phone with a friend who is going through a really hard time. Husband lost his job a few months ago after moving his family to Nashville. They were here 5 months. Now they are moving back home and he was having some back issues, went to the doctor and they found a tumor. Ughh. We don't know what tomorrow holds. But we do have a God who holds it and in the middle of it, there is still God showing each of us grace in the strangest places.
All of this recognized in the middle of a moving truck. Isn't God good?
So many of you have asked about the finished product of my 20th Anniversary gift. My husband surprised me and had our dear friend and decorator do our Master Bedroom.
I had no idea this before and after would bring about such delight! Take a look at the precious article Nashville Lifestyle magazine did in honor of our "Home Sweet Home".
We are so blessed!!!!
The Olympics have started!!
Everyone is excited to watch the Olympics, and the Point of Grace girls are no exception! Listen to them discuss which events and athletes are their favorites, including the famous Michael Phelps. Then share with us which ones are your favorites too!
Everyone loves summer camp! But no one likes to be homesick.
This weekend, Denise shared with us how her son Price had gone away to camp and was having fun, but was missing his family and wanting to come home. The girls talked about how they understand longing for the people we love, but they also discussed how sometimes kids need to learn to handle things on their own.
Take a listen, then share with us your thoughts on the matter!