Rejoicing in remembrance

My dad! Always am and will be very proud of you forever! A man of the Lord, preaching the gospel for 50 years!! March 1938-June 2021 He loved to come out and see the newest baby goats but couldn’t this year. We named this little fella, Duncan, after him and brought Duncan in to see dad!

Thank you Dear Lord for all the blessings and memories we have as a family. From great grandparents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, even the tiniest farm animals. We can rejoice in remembering such wonderful times together as a family. We can be assured if we have asked the Lord in to our hearts, we will all meet again one day on those gold roads in heaven. Hallelujah! Praise Your Holy Name at this Beautiful Christmas Season! Merry Christmas Everyone! Amen

Sunday morning

Psalm 118:24

Praise Be to the Lord!

What a Beautiful Sunny Sunday Morning to share scripture with family and friends.

KJV King James Version

This is the day which the Lord has made;we will rejoice and be glad in it.


May you have many blessings from the Lord above.

Walking Among the memories

My daddy passed away June 13, 2021, of liver cancer. He wanted to be at home with family, and except for one night in the hospital, he was able to have the comfort of our love, prayers, and concern. He was such a kind and caring man, and always had this amazing way of making each person he met feel special. I like to say, “He never met a stranger!”, and he didn’t. Wherever we went, when I was a kid and even as an adult, all kinds of people knew my dad. We moved around a lot because my dad was a Baptist Minister and he and my mom went to churches to help them through church splits, regrowth in the Lord, and to grow in number. But, in all the states we lived, hundreds of people knew and loved him.

He worked every single day for 50 years to led people to the Lord. He also, every day, studied the bible and wrote out the sermons the Lord gave him. He knew so many bible verses that I do believe he had the entire bible memorized. He had yellow lined paper that was his favorite to write on. I can still picture him sitting at his desk, pen in hand.

He had funny stories of his younger years and would tell them to us all the time, and even though we knew what was going to happen next, he still had us laughing so hard. His laugh was booming and I miss it. I miss him, and I look forward to being with him in heaven one day. But, for now, I will just keep lovingly walking among the wonderful memories I have of my daddy and how proud I am of him. :)Jen

Along a Fence row

Last year, 2020, we enjoyed Honeysuckle-Peonies-Knockout Roses-Queen Anne’s Lace. This year is different. Although we still have a lot of natural and planted beauty, the weather seems different. The featured photo shows what I believe is Passion Flower, but this year unfortunately, she might be a late bloomer. Whether it was cooler Spring mornings, and that we just stepped in to Summer, but it is almost as if I feel and smell Autumn nearby. Maybe the Passion Flower will show her gorgeous self as she walks in with Autumn.