Have you ever had an experience that you knew would be eternally etched in your heart? Reviewing yourself on video, watching one lit match in a darkened room, and chauffeuring a rat through town are examples of such moments that have carved memories for this writer. In What Hast Thou in the House, Patsy Burge pens short stories about inspirational moments from everyday life that have helped to shape her structural, spiritual, and carnal houses. She encourages us mentally to tour our houses as we read these thoughts from the heart and consider how our talents and possessions can be used in Gods service. Patsy Burge and her husband Clay reside with their two daughters in south Mississippi, where she serves as a Sunday school teacher and a WMU member at a local Baptist church. She is the daughter of a Baptist minister and his devoted wife and the youngest of seven children. Patsys interest in storytelling developed while homeschooling her daughters, but the stories were not penned until after their graduation. These lessons learned from lifes experiences and the rearing of two energetic offspring were combined to create an inspirational memento for her family.