But probably not much! The kids and I are in Canada at my parents house, and have been here a little over a week now. Aaron is still in DE, still working on the house, and we've had lots of people looking at it over the past couple of weeks but still no offers.
Things are going well here, considering how many people are in the house and kids seem to be adjusting better this week. Eva and Ben started school last week and they had a bit of a rough start but I've been able to talk and pray them through things and they've done very well. I've done so much baking for school lunches though! Isaac and skinny kitty are doing well to. Yes, for those of you who know about the poor starving street cat who got stuck in our basement a few months back, she managed to worm her way into the family by taking on the role of the cat who came back. I don't think she conceived of the possibility that there could be so much grass, trees, and open space in the world...I'm enjoying being back in the country myself and the kids all love playing outside.
There's no place to go to church though. I drove 2 hours to Frederiction last Sunday to visit The Meeting Place but Isaac put up such a fight at the nursery that I turned around and came home without getting to talk to anyone or be in the service. Oh well. As my wise husband said "next time don't take the kids".
On the way home I was listening to some kind of old school back woods preacher on the radio and he had me yelling at him most of the time as he said things like 'God's gonna take us out to the woodshed' and generally had a great time preaching doom and gloom, death and judgement on our nation. He said we were long overdue...And of course his version of salvation was 'stop sinning or else'. How's that for Good News? So I finally turned him off and I started talking to God. How are people who grew up hearing this stuff all their lives going to be able to receive the message of true grace? And then God started saying "They're so ready to hear about grace. They've heard the law preached their whole lives, and they know they need a Saviour! The harvest is ready!" I can tell you I felt a lot better about things after that.
Well, I don't have much more to say at the moment. I already wrote much more than I expected to so I guess I'll stop now.