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Kathi lives with Roger and a bunch of chickens in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. There they host writer retreats, and Kathi writes about how to do life with God a little closer today than yesterday. She’s a best-selling author and absolutely loves her Clutter Free Community on Facebook.

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  1. The theological lessons evident in nature are such a confirmation of God’s vastness! May I/we be in tune with the rhythm & lessons He has for us! Thank you for these encouraging words, Kathi.

  2. Kathi,
    We are kindred souls. ( yes… being an ‘arty type ‘… I tend to rely on inspiration before the perspiration arrives just in the Knick of time. My steadfast husband sets the perfect example for me of due diligence and spacing our responsibilities.
    You have inspired me to try to set the pace daily, yet not lose the joy of spur of the moment.
    Thank you for this gentle nudge ..yet let’s not miss the squirrels in life 😉

    • Michele, I’m so sorry for your profound loss. I’m so glad the squirrels nudged you today!

  3. Kathi,

    I, too, can get easily distracted. It is so easy to post one item on Face book, get sucked into scrolling & watching videos. Before you know it so much time has passed. For me to combat that I make a list of what I want to accomplish in a day & start out with a bang. I don’t go right to my computer, but rather get other chores done. That way I can “show off” all that got done. It makes me feel good-especially if hubby is working. Once I have a number of chores done I will allow myself to sit down & look at emails, FB, & other websites. Might even play a few computer games. Try to gently remind myself of what else needs doing, get up & go do those things. I find I am more at peace when I work in this manner. We can accomplish so much more if we recognize & respect the rhythm God has set before us.

    Blessings 🙂