This past week I have been busy doing what I call a “moving drill.” No, we don’t actually move but we clean out like we would if we were moving. Growing up in a minister’s home who moved every four to five years, you learn to not accumulate so much “stuff.” The motto I have for our home is if you haven’t used or worn it in six months to a year, you are probably not going to wear or use it so send it on out the door.
Along with this “moving drill” comes organization. Yes, I am a person that is particular of where things go and belong. My rule is everything has a place and it is important to put that item back into the right place once you are done using it. Yes, I must confess that there are times when life gets busy and things become in some disarray thus the need for the bi-yearly “moving drill.” When things are in the right place, it usually decreases the amount of the question; “where’s my….?” being asked.
The other day I came across a sign that said; “It is not lost until Mom cannot find it.” This is so true for this household.
This a great article by April over at Thoughts from the Porch. Have you ever been in the right place at the right time? Have you ever thought,”what a coincidence?” Read April’s thoughts on being in the “right” place at the right time.
To finish reading this article, please head over to https://aprilhawk.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/the-right-place/.
While you are there, why not check out the rest of April’s site. Let her know that something she wrote blessed you.