The Sandwich Generation issues often include weeding through our own AND our elderly parents storage boxes Philippians 3 20-21

Lessons Learned When Weeding Through The Storage Unit

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Words of encouragement for the Sandwich Generation, to remember AND to share with our sweet grandkids! 

The Sandwich Generation issues often include weeding through our own AND our elderly parents storage boxes Philippians Philippians 3 20-21

For our citizenship is in heaven, from which also we eagerly wait for a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ ; Who will transform the body of our humble state into conformity with the body of His glory, by the exertion of the power that He has even to subject all things to Himself. Philippians 3:20-21

Have a blessed and beautiful week, as you juggle the multigenerational issues of the Sandwich Generation on this Word-Filled Wednesday.

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  1. Thank you for coming by my blog…..this is a hopeful~ Philippians is one of my favorite books.

  2. Hi Kaye! Just a little note to thank you for your beautiful, uplifting, and encouraging posts. I look forward to a full year of them ahead!
    The title of this one reminded me of going through the things my dear mother left behind when she passed away. It was the first time I thought of her as someone besides “mom.” Like me, she was just a woman who wanted to have a happy, God-centered life…nothing more. The things she bought and saved reflected that and made me see her as a fellow child of God. I miss her so much!

  3. Oh Joyce, thank you for those sweet words of encouragement. They were such a blessing to me, as I’m sure your wonderful family memories are to you! Blessings!

  4. Thank you, Renee for the blessing I got reading your post. Very encouraging. 🙂

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