Tuesday, May 24, 2016

We Have Landed~

We have landed in our new little town. There is unpacking to do and much work still to be done. As we add touches~ this house is becoming our home.  Our journey here is unfolding. We know without a doubt God has led us here to serve. My Brian's path is clearly laid out but would you pray for God to bring mine to me? I am excited to get busy. 

I have missed my blog friends. I am not sure what Farming On Faith will look like in the future but I am excited to see what God has in store. 

While I was away not only did we pack up and leave my hometown but I celebrated my big 50.

And my baby moved into his own place ~ 
leaving him behind has been way harder than I thought it would be. 
I miss my boy!

We said goodbye to an old friend.

Patches just didn't have it in her to make the move.
She has been in our family for a very long time. 
I loved that crazy little cat with a lot of sass. 

Eight years ago I started blogging and I have been so blessed by the friendships. God has a way of bonding his children together. Never would I have dreamed when I made a friend on the internet that I would move and meet one of my prayer warrior friends from the Blog World~ Down on the Farm. Robbin and I have spent the past eight years sharing our hearts and praying for each other's burdens.  I am so excited that God looked down in time and knew I would need a friend in a new place where I did not know a soul. Today my sweet friend is coming to my house for lunch. How exciting is that? God is so good.  He has our path set out before us.  Even when the path is not clear we can trust that God is at work in our lives. 

For now ~I am just waiting and resting for the next chapter to begin. 

Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love;
 in honour preferring one another;



We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media

features and to analyse our traffic. We also share information about

your use of our site with our social media, advertising

and analytics partners. See details