Saturday, July 09, 2005

Nadolski's Home In Texas

It’s been a full week now since we moved from our friends in San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay, and a lot has happened already. We are swamped, trying to keep up with moving into the house and supporting some major operations at Living Water. But, we wanted to take the time to write to say thank you and to give you a quick update.
Answered prayers:
  1. 16 people came and helped us move on Wednesday June 29th. It really lifted our spirits to see so many people giving their time and muscles to help. Norma Pierce fed us all lunch and she made sure that we left with full stomachs.
  2. We prayed that there would be: no accidents; no one getting hurt; and nothing going wrong with the vehicle. God answered these prayers. We arrived safely after 1,780 miles of desert. It got hot, but everything went well.
  3. We unloaded on Saturday morning and we are putting more things away every day. (OK, we'll be honest. Marcia is putting away most of the household stuff, but John gets to put things away in the garage and the office.)
That's all for now. Thanks again for accepting us as your family and sending us off with your blessing.

We miss you already,

John and Marcia

3 Comments:

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I'm so glad you're getting settled in your new home. It was great seeing Marcia in SLO while I was there! Blessings to you!

 
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