Wednesday, February 24, 2016

One Week Down.

We dropped Mama off at the airport last Wednesday.
In case you were wondering, we are still alive...all 3 of us! 

Ha!

We're not just alive but we're actually doing well! Things have been going surprisingly smooth...to which I'm grateful! Yesterday we all had to be out of the house by 8:30am to get Nora dropped off to a friend and then Cale and I had an important meeting. At 8:20, Nora was ready to go, the house was clean, everything was calm and Cale and I were hanging out on the couch. I looked over at him and asked, "How are we doing so good? How is this possible?" Cale very quickly responded, "Um, we're adults." Ha! Well...yes we are. ;)

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On Monday we went to a farm nearby and had a BLAST! 







Cale would have conversations with the animals before feeding them :)




This pony was rescued and brought to this farm. She was so so so sweet! Nora kept saying "ride it! ride it!"




The peacocks were beautiful!!! Nora didn't have any problem walking right up to them and saying hello :) Cale and I both could have watched them for a long time! There were several and just so stunning! 


Today we're hanging out and praying this storm that's expected passes us by! We've already gotten our first Tornado watch alert on my phone...we have zero experience with these beasts. Yikes. Praying for peace! I'm trying extra hard to not react too much over it and upset Cale. So...we're casual and cool over here. Haha. 

Thanks for the prayers in advance! 



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  1. Praying for protection for your little farmily! (teehee) So glad to hear that things are going well and that you are all so happy.

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    1. Thanks for the prayers! We were safe!

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  2. Whew, tornado's...Well one thing for sure, Father doesn't bring you where He can't keep you. I won't pray for protection, BUT, THANK HIM for keeping you AND Cale...Nora too. I loved how Cale said "We're adults." Nothing wrong with his humor, nope not a thing. Salome takes the girls to The Cider Mill. It's sort of like your farm. That's one place we will have to see when we come and see you. Cale's talking to the animals before he fed them brought to mind how we will get to talk to all the animals when we get to New Earth. I'm excited. That little pone reminded me of my granddaughter saying how there are small ponies as service animals. I don't know much about it, but it sounds kind of interesting.

    Gosh, Girl, I love getting to be a part of you life again...Father's gift to me for sure. I love you and am grateful for being a small part of your journey.

    Marion

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    1. Thank you for praying! Tornados are definitely a new thing for us! haha. Yes! a service pony...that would be fun! haha!

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