Playing Catch Up

Ok, here’s the scoop. Last week, and the next four are going to be a bit crazy. Here’s why:

Last week – Jill and I celebrated our 15th wedding anniversary. Actually I celebrated the fact that Jill would stay with me for that long. She is amazing. Jill celebrated the fact that she is still alive after so many of the things I have put her through. My wife is hands down the best wife on the planet! We went to Mackinac Island in Northern Michigan for a few days with a couple who are good friends of ours. It was beautiful, fun, and VERY relaxing. So nice! Got home on Friday night, back with our girls on Saturday.

This week – My mom sold her house in Virginia last week, came up yesterday, and closed on her new one today. We spent the day working on getting her stuff settled (insurance, banking, etc.) I’m so excited to have her here!! Tomorrow, she and I drive to Virginia, get a moving truck, load her stuff, drive back on Wednesday, unload, and help her get settled this week.

Next week – School starts for the girls on Wednesday. Jill is hoping to start a full time job with the school system, her first time back in 10 years. She will do absolutely fabulous, but it will be a big change for our family. I’m really pumped for her, and for the school, because she will be a huge asset to them.

Two weeks – We begin moving stuff into our new house across town. We are selling our current house, and moving to a farm house. We’ll move some stuff into the garage the week before, thanks to the kindness of the family we are buying from. We close on both houses on Friday, the 22nd. (Hopefully). Then we will be moving on Saturday and Sunday the 23rd and 24th.

Three weeks – Unpacking. Then some more unpacking. Followed by more unpacking. And painting. Some carpeting. General house work. Etc. In addition to turning our current house over to the new owner.

This will of course come on top of finishing up the summer ministry schedule, kicking off the fall one, speaking at church in early September, and beginning a new position at Taylor University as an adjunct professor.

So, for the 2 1/2 people who read this, please pray for me. It is all beautiful, wonderful things. Just pray that I will walk this road well, and lean on Jesus when I’m tired. Due to all of this, my posts will be sporadic, to say the least.

Have an awesome week!

One thought on “Playing Catch Up

  1. Dear Jason,
    Be it known to all that Joann and I are very proud of you and your family. Keep up the good work and we will continue to be your prayer partners. We are so thankful that you are taken Michael under your wing. We are happy that your mother is going to live in this area. We will do all we can to make her feel welcome. Please let us know where we can plug in and be of help and encouragement to you and yours.
    Love you like a son, Jim and Joann

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