I’m not here to impress anyone. Except for God. I’m not into possessions. I don’t have to have fancy furniture or live in a designer house. I want to have as few possessions as possible. I want to be outdoors most of the time. But I’m not buying into the whole modern concept of rampant consumerism. My life will consist of prayer, relationships, and shared experiences. I can make a pot of coffee and share it with friends for fifty cents. But I do want my home to be a peaceful, clean place. I don’t care if it is in style. The countertops don’t have to be granite. The silverware doesn’t have to match. It isn’t a church, it’s a house. I can do dishes by hand. Use natural cleaning products and not have many possessions to take care of, so they aren’t a burden. But I will take care of the possessions I do have. And if I’m not using something, I’ll give it to someone who will use it.