jimmy’s house

Jules —  July 7, 2008

My hubby has started a blog about his business and his life. I feel as though we are on this incredible journey together. I must admit it’s been very difficult at times, but I really wouldn’t change a thing about our life together. I am so proud of him. I am proud to be his wife and I’m sooooooo excited about our future! Check it out!


The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both. ~James Michener



7 responses to jimmy’s house

  1. You all seem to be on a wonderful journey!

  2. Thanks, Debbie. I really do feel like we are on an awesome journey. Sometimes the preparation for the journey is so very difficult, but the journey itself and the destination are so worth it!

    God has really dealt heavily with my heart over the past month. It’s been very painful, but once I was able to get down on my knees and give it all to him the pain went away and an incredible peace swept over me. Then our pastor spoke poignantly Sunday about some of the very things the Lord has been teaching me. My heart nearly lept out of my chest. God is sooooo awesome!

    I was able to quit “white knuckling” everything in my life. I gave it all to Him. I even told him he could have my beloved china and my bunny rabbits. hehe!

  3. Very cool! Didn’t know the older girls were adopted. Learn something new everyday!

  4. I’m glad James mentioned it. You might learn more about us from his blog! Thanks for visiting.

  5. Thanks for stopping by Ashley! It’s good to know people are reading!

  6. Ashley, James and Julie definitely have an awesome story of how God made their family.

    Jules, GASP–even your bunnies! hee hee

    It’s awesome when I feel God’s gentle guiding through my thoughts or my Bible study, and then He confirms it “big time” through a sermon or a song. “Well, yep, God, I guess that was you all along talking to me, wasn’t it?!” I’m sure Moses had one of those confirming moments when he first threw that rod down and it turned into a snake. Glad God hasn’t felt the need to give me one of THOSE “a-ha” moments….Yet!

  7. Well, most of the time it’s not that “spectacular” for me. I think God’s just really teaching us right now and I needed a strong confirmation to encourage my faith. Whether it be spectacular or “ordinary” need not matter so much as long as God is glorified.

    Yes, no snakes PLEASE!!!