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In a Bubble

I feel like I am living in a bubble right now.

All of our summer plans are finished.

My Canadian paper work is not here yet. So, we cannot move on the next step in our life yet...moving to PEI.

My paper work is not late. It takes 5-7 months and in mid August it will be 6 months. But I am getting a bit impatient. But, I know I should not be. God's plan and timing is perfect, I believe that. Really, it is all that is keeping me from going crazy.

There are still things we need to finish before we move. Getting the title for the trailer, selling our house, etc. So, I am thankful for time to do this. I am thankful that Wilbert can work for the farmer he is working for as long as we are here.

We covet your prayer right now. Prayers for our patience as the last few things fall into place. Prayers that the paper work makes its way through the pipeline of government quickly. Prayers that when we do finally move, the travels will go okay for me as our baby continues to grow.

"Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see" Hebrews 11


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