A Day of Rest
We have been so busy coming and going
we hadn't noticed just how high the grass had gotten.
On my to-do list ~ harvest carrots.
We probably should of done it yesterday.
We hadn't been home for any length of time in months.
When Mr. Norm suggested a walk,
what could I say?
Our 12o acres boarders a 1500 acre parcel
there is so much to discover
lots of ponds
I brought along my new camera, I'm still learning.
I wish I could of captured the family of beavers
working hard preparing for winter.
I could relate
The long hours over the summer had started to take their toll
It still amazes me what a walk with nature will do for one's soul.
God has blessed us.
I slept soundly last night. The first night in months.
Woke refreshed and energized.
Watched the sunrise from the hot tub
and soaked in more of nature's beauty.
Today I am home.
I will be catching up on chores that have been neglected.
Harvesting the gardens
and I hope to finally work on this
While I work I will be Thanking God
for all the blessings he has given our family.
As a family we were in despair after Kylee's
visit with her doctor last week.
In a firm and direct manner he told her "You are dying".
Two days later, God revealed to her and all of us who is really in control.
Read Kylee's touching story.