10 August 2015
Home to House - Arranging Things - Kitchens
Greetings Dear Reader,
I love to cook. I can easily prepare a feast for dozens. The kitchen I leave behind was vast and roomy. There were ample surfaces and it was easy to prep and execute meals.
My new kitchen is not so roomy. I am working to find a utilitarian space for everything. Also cooking for one is not something I do well. I find little joy in the effort to benefit ratio involved in cooking for one. Eventually I will settle into something that resembles a healthy food routine. For now I am just subsisting as I make the transition.
I find that I am reminded that I have so much more than I need. Not having enough room for your food is a problem about which one should not complain. Still the transition to solo meals and limited need for food in the house reminds me of the solo nature of my future.
I spend a great deal of time trying to remember to think of others first. As this transition becomes a reality I realize that this challenge will be difficult. I will have to move through it with a firmer grip on my faith. I will need to assure that face the challenge and do not hid from it.
Wishing you joy in the journey,
Mat 13:52 So Jesus said to them, "That is why every writer who has become a disciple of Christ’s rule of the universe is like a home owner. He liberally hands out new and old things from his great treasure store.”
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