I'm still finishing up the Dutch Sheets book on intercessory prayer, but I also received this one in the mail. I've been watching some videos on YouTube from Alisa Childers channel. It's mostly on Christian apologetics, and the author of this book was on. It should be good!
In Real Life it's a good time for making hay! The farmer who owns the neighboring field is getting it done. These were taken yesterday. He's back today finishing up. I love to watch. Brings back good memories of baling and loading hay with Bob.
These 7 cards are for a Free Themed swap, so they could be any theme we felt like making. I just tried to use up some of my scraps!
|These two with the old cars were my favorites.|
These are for an APC swap called Flowers and Something Else. So, they had to have flowers and something else...right. We'll go through the entire deck. Kings next month!
These are for a monthly series with postage stamps. This month's theme was Land Animals.
The last month's theme was Sea Life.
About a week and a half ago I went for a walk down the county road in front of my house. This little river and marshy area are on my route. They looked so pretty in the early morning, but I hadn't brought my camera. SO, when I got home I grabbed it and jumped in my car to go back and take pictures before the light changed too much. :) (It's less than half a mile away.)
These were on the west side of the road...
|Out my side window from my parking place.|
And when I returned I saw that the farmer had finished up the hay. The grand girls had visited with the farmer and he reported that he had made 117 bales on this field! It looks impressive, but doesn't show up well in this photo.
I've been painting some rocks to hide on the hiking trail. I gave three of them to the girls to keep, and now I need to make one for Sully. He requested that it be red with a LION on it! We'll see what I can come up with. I'll have to take photos of some of the finished rocks.
That's all for now. I hope you're all well, out there. We're doing fine here. Keep enjoying the simple pleasures!
Love and shalom!