Keys to Transformation

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4 Responses

  1. Mom says:

    And how many times have I changed every room in our home over the 40 some years living here? Change can be really good. Change can bring great joy and a sense of accomplishment – until, like you said, you change your mind and do something else with whatever you changed. It’s so rewarding and fun. So, I won’t fuss if you decide to paint that cabinet pink and black some day! Well, maybe I will since I love what you’ve done to it now!

  2. Jill says:

    Think it will last a good bit! Love you, Momsie!

  3. Shel says:

    I love your work. The funny thing to me is that you are just ‘discovering’ your talents. You have always showed SO much talent in SO many areas! Furniture is just one. (I am still impressed with the dresser that went over the deck).

    I have, and continue to, learn from your struggles, efforts, accomplishments. But, particularly, your compassion and patience. Yes, Jill, I said you have patience. Just look at how far MY nephews have come and you can definitely pat yourself on the back, get a massage and congratulate yourself – and how you listened to God’s direction rather than ‘conventional wisdom’. Love you!

    • Jill says:

      “If I wanted to have a happy garden, I must ally myself with my soil; study and help it to the utmost, untiringly. Always, the soil must come first.”
      – Marion Cran, If I Where Beginning Again

      I read somewhere about true community and relationship, (and now I can’t find it) that said, “if we are to garden together, we must get in each other’s dirt.” Or something like that. The quote above is prettier!

      Thank you so much, my dear sister, but I know nothing of any furniture going off the deck, now or evermore.