“Listen to advice and accept instruction, that you may gain wisdom in the future. Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand”
It’s that time of year…a lot of us have kicked it in to high gear cleaning out closets, wiping down baseboards, and organizing our pantry. It’s a good time to free up drawer space and donate those gently used items to charity. What is it about spring that makes us want to clean? It means cleaning windows and moldings, and an overall organizing of our home.
I come across as a very organized person because I wear a lot of different hats, but the truth is that I just fly by the seat of my pants! And most of you bloggers will understand when I say there’s a time to clean up our devices…and for me, that means filtering through the thousands of pictures on my iPad. Yes, I said thousands! I am that girl that has ten photos of the same shot and can’t find it in me to send any to the trash! I began working on this little spring cleaning project on Tuesday and I am happy to report I have cleaned out over 1500 photos (can I get a pat on the back?!). As I have taken the time to do that, of course, you re-live so many sweet memories that pictures bring back to you. I thought in keeping it real on the blog, it might be fun to share a few with you that I kept…and the story behind them!
My man making music…the very best, I might add!
Oh our sweet Oreo…how we miss him!
Leave it to me to sniff out a “sweet” place in a new town!
Is this a spaceship about to land in our winter garden? Nope, it’s Seth’s drone flying low!
Do you spring clean? Let me know in the comments!
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