Monday, October 22, 2012
The sun has not yet risen. . . The house is quiet. . . There is pleasant work waiting for me. . . I turned on the parlour heater and will start polishing and cleaning before my family wakes up.
I will turn on some quiet classical music (Mozart) and I will work by lamp-light. It will be a lovely morning of work.
When the family wakes up, all will be clean and neat. . . all will be well. Their morning moods will not phase me, because I will have been in the quiet sanctuary of a godly home. I will be prepared with the armour of kindness, patience, endurance, and I will be full of a slow and sweet temper.
This will happen because of the seclusion of my morning work.
Some rise early to run, exercise, or go to the gym. But this housewife rises early for the precious joy of keeping the home.
Sweet Childhood Remembrance - Memories of Ironing and Other Chores.
I want to be just like this - Something to Ponder.
A Very Special Place - The Comfort of a Dressing Room. (With a link to hear my voice.)
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