It’s final. My husband completed his last shift with Mercy as a paramedic. No more 48-hr shifts and then sleeping it off for a day or two. We won’t miss the schedule. But his job has been such a blessing. We love Mercy, his co-workers, being involved in our community through the EMS. It’s bittersweet to leave, just like everything else.
So what does that mean for us? Tomorrow, the packing begins. I’ve been saying it for months. And I’ve gone through some closets, tubs of kids’ clothing, bookshelves, but nothing serious. Anyone need a Christmas Tree? We are still waiting for a buyer for our house. Please pray for this.
Sunday, December 2nd, Gert will preach his last message at Lake Family Church. If you are in the Lake of the Ozark area, please try to come! I promise, you will be especially blessed. First of all you will feel skinny standing next to me with my enormous belly. And that’s not all. The New Divide will be leading us in anointed worship after a superb rock concert the night before. Service starts at 10am.
The kids and I fly out of Kansas City to Spokane, WA December 18th. Gert will drive up to WA shortly after. We want to see you before we go. We do not plan on returning to Missouri before we leave for South Africa. Please come by our house, anytime. Or call me if you’d like to make plans at your place. Time is going fast. We’ll promise a good cup of coffee but you might want to make an appointment with our realtor if you want to see a clean house…
->Our house to sell
->Gert’s citizenship to proceed without glitches
->Support partner development. We are currently at 30%.
->Health and protection against sickness and disease
As we enter another holiday season, lets remember this promise:
You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in you.
Gert & Molly