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Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • Well…little sis, you must be reading my mail. This past week was not a good one in many financial ways. Yeah, I’m to the point of “Okay God. What now?” Thanks for the wise words. And you and Sam are wise staying away from credit.

    • **HUG** Hope your situation will work out in a miraculous way (considering that miracles in our lives often aren’t necessarily supernatural).

      Credit – yeah. Especially in Ukraine, our rates are crazy, so even when you do need a credit, you end up paying much more than in the US.

  • I haven’t stopped by for a while so wanted to catch up with you and glad I went back to read this post. This post resonated with me since we are saving toward buying a newer car. Ours is about 23 years old, we don’t even have air bags which really dates it. It just passed 180 thousand miles so we know it will not last too much longer. Not wanting to use what little saving we have stored up of course we have been praying for extra funds. I love how God meets our extra needs, it is coming from unepected places. We do not have enough yet but know we will and my husband will find the right one for us at the right price. And, meanwhile God keeps our old car running. He always says God speaks to him through his car…he has learned to fix tons of things on it through youtube…a wealth of information out there. This is a good post Zee…I need to be more faithful to come visit you for when I do I am always amazed at the wisdom that flows from one so young. Still praying for you and your husband, your safety and your country.

    • Glad my post helped 🙂

      God is faithful and I forget about it sometimes, which is why I try to record all the stories…

      God bless you, Betty! And thank you for all the prayers.

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