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Kimberly

Switch from Wynonna to Kirk Franklin. ;) It'll make it feel like it is going faster, even if it's not.

Holly @ Crownlaiddown

Friend, you need to change the channel... I'm with Kimberly. :0)

Nicole

I wish I could come over and help you pack. It's always more fun to pack up/clean someone else's stuff than your own.

However, Yahoo Maps says I'm about 1,055 miles away so...not gonna happen.

Good luck and definitely change the music!

Kim Feth

I agree with Kimberly and Holly - change that channel! Kirk Franklin's "Stomp" does come to mind. And I appreciate Nicole's sentiment. I love to help others at my church move, but can't stand to pack my own stuff.
Still with my Mom in SC. Won't be long now. She was talking to someone in the room earlier today. Someone I couldn't see. But she had things to say. Only a few ounces of fluid each day. But oh, how God is showing his hand in everything. I'm sitting in anticipatory grief and amazement at the authority of God.
Peace,
Kim Feth
Apex, NC

Kristy

I am really not good with change, and moving is something that even though it may be a good thing - causes me great stress (and migraines). I am extremely sentimental - and moving always makes me a little sad. Just keep remembering that God is doing something in this - and focus instead on that! (Easier said than done, I know)

Jen

Let it all out sweet fancy sister...

Hugs & Love
Jen

Young Wife

Moving is very difficult and stressful. Hopefully it will be easier unpacking. There's not really a deadline for completely unpacking, right?

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