It was an odd homecoming. Throw some clothes in a suitcase, add some things to keep me occupied (read: work), borrow a MiFi device from very generous church friends in hopes of being able to log on at my folks’, leave egg delivery contact list and info for Sue, hit the road. 7 hours later, here I am. I’ve never left Sue on such short notice, with no plan in place, and without weeks of planning. Yet, here I am. For those not friends with me on Face Book, my mom was hospitalized with a TIA over the weekend. I’m glad I’ve came to, maybe, make sure that she doesn’t do too much too quickly; now I am updating you from afar. Continue reading
There is always work going on here; you’ve probably been following us long enough to know that there are always projects in the offing, or started and waiting for parts to come in, etc. I’d like to update you on a couple that are currently in action. Continue reading
As promised, I’m going to update you on the construction projects. Trent sure got a whole lot done for us last week. He finished all the initial projects, and we’re hoping to have him back over time to help with the big stuff! For now, though, his done.
What’s keeping you going through all of this pandemic and quarantine and hoarding of everyday supplies? We are holding on here. Going a bit stir crazy, perhaps. It’s the little things that keep us going. We have our own little things that keep us going and then some that we enjoy together. Thought I’d share some little things with you this evening. Continue reading
Blessings to you on this day! Today, being Sunday, and after attending to “virtual” church services this morning, I thought I’d share how God is working in our lives and helping us to share those golden nuggets with people all over the place. (Not, chicken nuggets, I mean eggs!!!) One of my Face Book friends, from High School, posted this photo of eggs today – I thought it was rather apropos of the season. I don’t know if she made them or not, but I shared it to the Wing and a Prayer Facebook page, giving her photo credit. Thought it was cute enough to share here (thanks again Cheryl). Continue reading
As everywhere, our weeks are not normal. We continue to do our every day chores and work on projects around the house as best as we can. This last week was a difficult week – we had to put down several chickens, including our much loved rooster Olaf. You may remember that he was being picked on by the goose and several others. We had placed him in the top brooder to keep an eye on him, but he did not get better. We didn’t want to have him suffer, so we put him down along with 2 hens. Continue reading