One picket at a time...
I'm usually a start a project and finish it all in one day type gal, but recently changed course.
A couple of years ago, Ryan made me a picket fence. Each board he cut and nailed! We stained it brown and of course over time needed some TLC. I decided, regardless if it sounded cliche; I wanted to paint it white! Yes, I wanted a white picket fence! A couple of weeks ago, I pressure washed it and got it ready to paint. I bought a paint sprayer and planned to knock out the painting in one day.
The sprayer wouldn't work and the wind began to blow so I had to use a brush. I loved using a brush...I needed this project! I've been painting the fence a little at a time and it still isn't done two weeks later. I will apply one more coat of paint on the inside of the fence this week or when time allows.
We were suppose to leave yesterday for Madison's Bear Hug! A family trip to Utica, IL. Cabin, hiking, and indoor water park. Unfortunately, Madison is still not feeling well and we had to cancel the trip. Madison is still fighting pneumonia and is homebound!
Madison's hair is long enough for a pony❤️ No clue where her little life has gone, but thankful God has allowed me to turn this ship around! My only regret and its huge- I was so busy her first year of life: juggling the farm, home, ministry, relationships, and people pleasing that I lost who God wanted me to be! I do feel God was leading me during that season, but the add-on commitments I was doing to please others wasn't apart of his plan!
10/15/2016 09:29:16 pm
AMEN js xoxox
10/16/2016 12:02:05 pm
Grammy and G'pa
10/16/2016 01:58:01 pm
We are so proud of your accomplishments this past year plus. And by putting God first what all you have been able to go thru.You Lindsay, Ryan, Harrison, Mabrey and Madison. Always kepp GOD first. We sure do love you five and keep you in our prayers.We certainly enjoyed last weekend.
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