The last two weeks have flown by, and now it's time to say "See you later" to our new home and our new friends. Caden and Noah are concerned about how much the baby goats and the renegade goat dog "Sarah" will miss them. By the sound of their cries every time the boys walk by without a pet and treat, I think it's true. Those baby goats won't know what to do without my boys. I am particularly concerned about whether my boys will remember how to sleep at night without a full day of working and playing on the ranch. I don't think they could possibly run enough laps around the trailer to burn off the same amount of energy they've been burning off here! On the other hand, we'll probably save a little money on groceries! :)
A month ago, I was daily pleading with my Heavenly Father for a home. Now I am trying not to pout about having to leave my new home for a few months to go on the road!;) I continue to be overwhelmed by God's goodness and generosity. Not only do I now have a home to come home too, we also have two loving, godly mentors who's heart is to invest in and love on our family!
Hi! I'm Sarah
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You will keep in perfect peace, him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in you.
Trust in the LORD, for the LORD, the LORD, is the Rock eternal.
Ezekiel & 1 Peter
(the Bible in a year)
The Gospel of Luke
(Women's Bible Study at Church)
The Seventeenth Swap
by Eloise Jarvis McGraw
(family read aloud)
by Jamie C. Martin
Mother and Son:
The Respect Effect
by Emerson Eggerichs