Gettin Better All the Time…

On Saturday the troops arrived to help us fill our 2nd Container.

We were so pleased and thankful that the container got filled by 3pm. Our helpers worked hard and efficiently and we were grateful for the excellent help. The filling of this second container worked better than our first and we are hoping the next one will be easier still. On Monday another container will be dropped off and this filled container will go back to the yard.

We took Sunday off from our mad packing schedule to recuperate and relax. After making blueberry pancakes for breakfast, using the fresh picked blueberries from our bush, I joined in online to a church service at Parkside church where Alistair Begg preaches. At eight I watched the World Cup Final match seeing France win over Croatia. Late in the morning I shopped for a few more bins and then we ate out for linner (lunch/dinner). Our kitchen is getting down to the bare necessities. I’m now watching some Seattle Sounders Soccer, too. It feels good to have a down day here.

When we were in Colville we took some photos of hay being rolled on July 7th.

Make Hay While the Sun Shines!

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

10 thoughts on “Gettin Better All the Time…

  1. I love this time of year when the farmer hay…regardless of my allergy to it! It’s beautiful and so true, make hay while the sun shines! Looks like you are making progress with the move and such. Blessings

  2. WOW! Good job everyone! That is great that people work so well together and had the task accomplished by 3PM! I’m glad you and your hubby took yesterday off to relax a bit. You have been working so hard that I know it must have felt so good for both of you to kick back and relax. Loved seeing the pictures. The ones of you and your husband are so good, Ellen. You both look so happy. Makes me excited to see that new house that God has in store for you! Happy packing this week!

  3. You are making amazing progress with the packing – what a huge job! You always stay so cheerful through it all. There’s no going back now …. just anticipation for that future home that awaits! Exciting soccer and suddenly it’s all over. Hope the rest of your packing goes smoothly. Huge hugs …

  4. Such a busy time for you! You’ll be looking back at this time down the road and wonder how you did it.
    You hardly have time to grieve, and yet, I know that you know your dad is in a better place and you have peace.
    May God bless you as you go to be with family and open the path set for you when it’s time to move.

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