Two days in a row, I filled out my planner and squeezed all the activities on it.
Two days in a row, God laughed.
While reading my chapters, I came across this verse.
Leviticus 40:4, “Bring in the Table and set it, arranging its Lampstand and lamps.” The Message
I got all excited. Maybe I will be able to move the big table downstairs. The second verse I ran across confirmed it.
Leviticus 40:16, “Moses did everything God commanded. He did it all.” The Message
I started with the love seat. After measuring, I tipped it forward. I slid it to the doorway. I got 3 inches through but it would not go past the bi-fold door.
That door has to come off. I got out some tools, but the screws wouldn’t budge. That will have to wait.
Oh well, at least I could roll up the rug that was partly underneath it. I slid the love seat back and moved on to the buffet.
I took the drawers out and stacked them in Derek’s former bedroom. I took everything out of the dining room. And took the pictures off of the walls.
The table is really heavy. I crawled under it and tried to free one corner of the rug, pushing up with my back. It wouldn’t budge. That will have to wait, too.
I hit the shower.
Am I the only one who tries to do everything myself?
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2 thoughts on “Bring in the Table”
No and I usually mess up something and make the task worse than if I would have just asked for help
I admit, I’ve accidentally broken things because I didn’t wait for help. Or worse, messed with something dusty and paid for it later.