As my “Spring Break” kicks off (no classes! no piano lessons! no Bible study!), I’m faced with a pretty daunting list of things to accomplish around the house. Taxes, business paperwork and billing, dry-cleaning, kitchen trimmings and a full “Spring Cleaning” check list mean that my break is just a change in the type of work I’m doing, not a break from work. I’m looking forward to accomplishing some projects that have been bugging me for a while, but right now I’m especially grateful for these words of wisdom scattering the kitchen. I think sometimes I leave these things out because I know that my future self will need the reminder.
Praise to the Lord! Who doth prosper they work and defend thee;
Surely His goodness and mercy here daily attend thee.
Ponder anew what the Almighty can do,
If with His love He befriend thee.
— Praise to The Lord, words by Joachim Neander, 1863.
We delight in the law of your word
We delight in the Son who was perfect from birth
We delight in the day He’s returning to earth, Hallelujah!
— We Delight, by Joshua Moore.
5 thoughts on “kitchen reminders”
Thank you for reminding me of two very good songs. I don’t hear them so often during my sojourn in Italy…going to YouTube now. 🙂
They are two of my favorites! Glad to remind you. 🙂
I do this too! Probably inspired by you! I may do a copycat post about my reminder corners (giving credit where credit is due, of course!)
Do it! I can’t wait to see.
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