Fiddle. AND Faddle.
I was quite very happy having everyone nearby; both daughters and their families were about a 2-hour drive from Tex's and my abode. Delaware is definitely not within 2 hours from here; it's much, much further than that.
But. They have told us that they feel this is the best decision for them; and so, we trust that. AND, we trust Our Lord to cover and protect and to keep them in His Care.
For my friends who believe in prayer, I ask that you please pray for their safe travels this weekend, and that the move and transition goes smoothly. Thanks so much for that!
On a different topic, the bathroom retiling project continues.
Except now, it's a quasi-complete makeover. The garden tub and the shower stay; the vanity and cabinets are going to be replaced. There's a long and somewhat amusing story attached to the reasons for such makeover (and, in actuality, also partly attributable to our decision to tile the floor at this specific point in time); but nutshelling it, recently, there was, uhm, just a bit of water damage to the cabinets. Just a bit, doncha know. OK, more than just a bit. Let's call it a significant amount.
Yesterday was prep work day.
Today, we start laying the tile.
Hopefully, the floor will be completed and walkable by the end of this weekend.
The vanity and cabinets will need to be ordered; so installing them is going to be our next project, in a couple of weeks.
In the meantime (and for the next couple or so weeks), we will be utilizing our guest bathroom - since our master bath is, for the most part, currently a big empty room.
I was thanking Our Lord yesterday for the wonderful blessing of having an extra bathroom.
Which brings me to one final thought here, today.
I encourage you to ask Our Lord to show you the Blessings that He is giving you in your own life.
In fact, I'd love to hear about such blessings! Feel free to talk about them in the comment section.
Thanks for reading; y'all be blessed!