This Week's Scripture


"Nor shall you bring an abomination into your house, lest you be doomed to destruction like it." Deuteronomy 7:26

This Week's Prayer!


We invite Your Holy Spirit to dwell in these rooms, which belongs to Henry, Anthony, Zoƫ, Asa, Rose, Grace, and Elijah, and in Heidi, Angel, and Angela's room. You are Lord over heaven and earth, and we proclaim that You are Lord over their rooms as well. Flood it with Your light and life. We pray that You, Lord, will make their rooms a holy place, sanctified for Your glory. And may You also dwell in our room and in each one of our extended family and friend's rooms.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Two Windows, Lil'Helper, Oranges!!


It's no secret to our family and friends who visit that our home is NOT decorated! Yes, a little here and there but mostly we moved in and started rearing children!! LOL We have lots of ideas but since we moved here 2 1/2 years ago time just went to our children and making it through the day. Well, we are ready to start the fixing and decorating! Here is a sneak peak at the inside of our undecorated home and the latest project. I have a color scheme thanks to my cousin and I have a super talented husband who started "Weekend" Projects! This is one of those projects..... two new windows in our living room on side of the sliding glass door. He and his Dad did the first one and he did the second one all by himself the next day! It looks great!! You are awesome, TP!! you too, Pop!
Here is My Man and Pop (above)


and one finished window (below)


Daddy's Lil'Helper

And during this project, Asa found a new hobby .....


Oranges oranges oranges (or satsumas as TP calls them!)


Can you guess what we have been eating as a snack at this home?? Satsumas! They are delicious but we have barely made a dent in the tree. We are even giving some away but we still have lots!

3 comments:

Penless Thoughts said...

It is such a blessing to have a handy husband who can do things!!!
Susan

FeatherIron said...

Very nice!

sugarlady said...

Well the one window looks great. Post picture of second one too.
And hey I sure hope Asa takes after his Dad and his Grampa. Father,Son and Grandson did a great job. I'm very proud of all of them.
Hey and many thanks for the Satsumas. They really are delicious. The juice from them just runs down your face as your eating one.