Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Country Roads & Wildflowers











Driving down the country roads in our state you will see wildflowers growing along side of the road.  Daisy, wild mustard, other yellow and purple flowers can be spotted for now.  In time the wildflowers will change and other beautiful wildflowers will fill the road sides and across the fields.  

I will be back from time to time, sharing more country roads and wildflowers, as the old flowers fade and new ones take their place.

Have a wonderful day!
Teresa

Trust in the Lord with all your heart!

Monday, April 24, 2017

On The Farm

We painted the hen house white, and we are adding some final touches to it. I'll make a post as soon as I am finished with it.    It is turning out so cute, I can't wait to show you!


We have been busy cleaning out the landscape in the front yard.  I am expanding the width of the beds, and replacing the mulch with some pebbles.  Yes, I have several projects going at once, and none are completed yet.



I've transplanted some maple trees into my yard, that where growing out back near the creek.  Believe it or not they are living!  I have netting and stakes around them, to keep the deer from breaking them. 





La-la loves to play in the water, and helping mommy to wash the porch, is one of her favorite things to do.



I am working on my front porch, slowly but surely it is coming together.
I plan to add some potted flowers and a few more things.  So, hopefully in 
a few weeks my front porch will be ready for me to make a post.

It is a good kind of busy y'all!

What have you been up to?

Teresa

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Hospitality & Who to Invite



 Keep a prayerful heart and seek God's leading when you host. In all things we need to be wise. Be careful about inviting ones who are forward and flirtatious.  You have a marriage that is more important to protect than to host someone who could tear your marriage apart.  This is why we must go into prayer and seek His will for our homes.

I have invited ladies and their children over from my church for food and fellowship at lunch-time. When we build relationships in our churches, we are building a stronger church. This promotes unity in our churches.

We have hosted a missionary family in our home. I am all about keeping things simple, instead of spending a lot money on groceries, and spending all day preparing it.  We simply took them out to a local restaurant to eat. It ended up being cheaper than buying groceries would have been. Afterwards, we invited them back to our home for dessert and coffee.  They blessed us so much when they shared all their stories with us. I love hosting missionaries, they are so encouraging.

Hosting an elderly couple will be a blessing to you as a young couple. You will see a couple who has been married for decades. You will notice how they still love each other after all these years. You will notice how they love to have fun together. They will end up disciplining  you, as they will show you true hospitality.

Hospitality:
To a stranger: I was a stranger and you took me in.
To someone who is hungry: I was hungry and you fed me.
To someone who needs clothes: I was naked and you clothed me.
To the missionaries who gave up everything to reach others.
To the Lonely, and to the hurting.  God is asking us all to  "be my hands, be my heart, and my voice."

Even Jesus himself showed hospitality without a home, and he fed five thousand. 

Be inspired,
Teresa