SEE. See my room? No you DO NOT want to see that disaster. I just cannot keep it clean. I am missing some kind of domestic gene these days. What is weird is my desk/work area at work is spotless…
The sad thing is I have no excuses other than exhaustion and busyness. I have no kids. I don’t even have a husband. I have 2 tabby cats that like to sit on messes.
SEE the mess that is Operation Christmas Child? 8 little kids in Madagascar received that mess that came from the house that Milo supervised. It came from a place full of love and joy.
I guess everyone is not blessed with the domestic gene but I know for a fact that from this house comes a lot of love and joy for our Faith. Love and shelter and food that not everyone receives. As the temperatures dropped this week I saw the homeless men and women on the streets. I saw them while I drove home last night from church. I was sad for them and cold for them. I said a prayer for them. It’s impossible to help everyone and everything you see but for now I will pray for each and every person I see.
I know my prayers make a difference no matter what people say. I hear stories of my prayers making a difference every day. Babies being born after years of infertility, cancer disappearing, family members coming home, and people surviving each day that we call life.