Good morning. The sun is finally shining again. I'm having a blogger's block and so this entry is to just let anyone who reads this know I'm still coming on here and commenting, but have nothing of significance to contribute.
Our oldest daughter graduated and then decided that meant she's an adult. This has brought with it all of the complications you can imagine. It has left me emotionally drained and leaning ever harder on my Heavenly Father.
Our garden is in. Some of it is even coming up.
I picked up a Hoosier cabinet for the kitchen. We don't have regular cupboards yet, our kitchen is totally unfinished.
It's not as old as some, but I really like it.
Well, I'll just keep lurking around and pop in once in awhile until my life gets some normalcy to it.
God bless and hold you tight.
From Glory Farm
Morning to you Rhonda! :)
Our youngest son moved out right after he graduated. We missed him but he is doing great. Loves his rodeoing and is a hard worker. He still loves God but living where he does (on the rez) there is a long ways to go to church. He is usually riding the range chasing wild horses. Your daughter will be okay. I really do believe that ~~ just keep on praying for her and go about living and enjoying your own life. Some of our children that have decided to become adults have made some (in our opinion at least) poor choices but as time has worn on we can see that God is working in their lives too.((hugs)) and prayers Roxanne
I love that cabinet! As for NORMAL....here's a very true saying I read once, Around Here NORMAL is just a setting on the dryer!- that about says it all, doesn't it?
Praying for you and yours,
Catherine...who is working on "redefining normal" these days ;)
Glad to hear you are still around. What a beautiful cabinet!
Hang in there with your daughter, it will get better.
I love your Hoosier cabinet.
Our children can sure worry us can't they ? Hang in there, you will get through it all.
Love the Hoosier !
hugs and prayers
His faithfulness and peace be with thee! rilda *U*
That cabinet looks just like the one my Grandmother had. I love it! Thanks for the info on the tin cans, I'll be looking for them.
That is wonderful. I love the looks of it.
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