Enjoying the Jeep top back in sweet summertime...
Good day friends and family! I pray that you are all having a wonderful day! It's a warm one here, with temps in the low to mid 90's. Summer is here! YES! :D
It has been an easy adjustment here, with me not having a job to go to 2 days a week. I have rather enjoyed the past two weeks of planning out the days, and feeling all domestic as a stay at home wife. :D
I was asked at the first if May if I would be interested in working at a local Christian camp this summer. If you have been following me for long, it's the same one I worked at for several years, following high school. After much prayer, I declined the offer.
There was a bit of agony in making the choice. I knew they needed the help. And I REALLY don't like to leave others "stranded", when they need assistance. But, I felt like the LORD was leading me to stay at home primarily, and help out at my parents homestead, when needed.
Another issue concerned me as well. It seems like the entire school year I was catching a cold every 4-6 weeks. Then there was extreme tiredness, that would not go away. It was starting to scare me. I prayed about going to a doctor to see if there was a reason I was feeling so run down. But, after talking with Justin, and family, I plan on waiting to see a doctor. I feel like I need this summer break to "cleanse" my system from all the germs I was exposed to, from being around children for so long, as well as rest when needed. I need time to try and naturally correct the issues at hand, and then if the problem is still there, see a doctor.
After A LOT of prayer, GOD showed HIS will, and let me know I need to be at home this summer. :)
So, I have been exercising regularly, spending time in the sun, and I have even squeezed in some nap time here and there. :P Prayerfully, after some time, the issue will go away on it's own.
Oh yes! I thought I would share with you dear readers some snapshots from around our house...
My flowers are doing wonderfully this year...
Justin's dream is to own some land, and a tractor. And I want to make his dreams come true, but, well, I don't have the money for either. But, I was able to purchase him this little tractor at Hobby Lobby. By the way, he loves it...
My little herb garden...
We purchased some new chickens, after our other ones were killed by a dog. They are 3 months old as of today. :D
The one bantam that did survive the dog attack...
Ooooo... I got me one good looking man... ;D
Praise GOD, from whom all blessings flow!
How is your summer going?
Have a wonderfully blessed day everyone! Thanks for stopping by!