I definitely believe that statement fits when looking at the first picture above. In May 2012 we purchased the little yellow farm house and 30 acres of land. The land was overgrown, the barns were in poor condition, and the little yellow house....
Well, it was a mess!
The little yellow house had hay bales being stored on the front porch, it had been half way gutted inside by the previous owners,
windows were broken, and little varmints were using it as their home:-0 The Lord allowed us to see past all of that and gave us a vision for the house and land, I'm so thankful He did! It has taken lots of hard work, sweat and pulling together to get the house/land/barns where they are today.
We are still in the restoration process with the house,
we hope to be moved in way before Christmas
the end of the year.
Once the house is complete I'll share pictures of the
After filling 3 bags to the top with various kinds of apples, it was time to load back on the wagon and ride back to our van. We had all sampled and eaten so many apples that the thought of eating the ones we purchased didn't sound appealing. It didn't take but a day and we were to eat apples again :)
Do you ever just have one of those days...you know the kind, where it's easier to see the negatives than the positives. Well, that's been my day today. Then there was a package delivered, from sweet friends far away. It was a wonderful surprise, the package contained yummy cheese...aged older than some of our children;-) The thoughtfulness of this gift was a bright spot in my day.....Thank you sweet friends~