On the list for summer--clean the porches; power wash the inside of the house; screen the cats off of the back porch; buy enough big plastic boxes to organize everything in the house and in the barns; clean out and "decorate" the Old Kitchen--and maybe move there if power washing the inside of the house doesn't happen; throw out everything we don't need...(or at least use some of the big plastic boxes above to store it); be ready to go when my children call; be ready to babysit when Noah, Laurel or Duncan need me; visit Mama; write all those letters I didn't write last summer; put out the word about The Taxi (*see below); finish editing Copper's Run and submit; draft at least half of By the Light of Your Face (because when fall gets here, things get busy again!); see Riverdance before it leaves the country; and catch up on all the rest I got behind on from last August until now....and what else?
Where to start? How to use the time wisely?
How to be productive but not frenetic (like the rest of the year)?
How to pursue my plans but not miss the God introduced interruptions?
How to be sure to remember..."People before Plans"?
Many are the plans in a man's heart [or a woman's], but it is the LORD's purpose that prevails. Prov 19:21 NIV
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