Well another week has gone by and Christmas is fast approaching. I enjoy this season, the getting together of family and friends to celebrate the birth of our Saviour. I enjoy the children’s service on Christmas Eve where the children become part of the reason for this season.
Welcome to another Good Morning Mondays. Last week was very productive in my world. I started writing daily lists and found that this has helped me get everything done. I cleaned out my outside pantry and moved around some freezers. I did some baking, had a couple of get togethers with family friends, and made some more presents.
Our fish arrived and are in their tank, hopefully growing quickly. It is really fascinating to watch them and we are really enjoying this side of it.
My men butchered a steer last night and it is hanging in the cool room that we hired. We will cut it up later in the week along with 3 pigs. This will keep us in meet for a few months.
The weather is warming up which is great for the vegetables and they are growing really quickly now. I am looking forward to zucchinis this year and making zucchini pasta, yum.
What have you guys been up to?? Are you keeping everything under control as Christmas is coming. Take a breath, have a cuppa and relax for some time each day, if only a few minutes, and while relaxing take the time to fellowship with our Saviour.
Now onto the link up. I want to thank everyone who has been praying for Taylor McGinnis and I want to encourage everyone to read her story and keep on praying.
Click on her picture below to read her story.
I was also touched by another story, this one I found on another link up and again I would encourage everyone to read about this family and pray for them and all they are facing on a daily basis.
Now our top three link ups were..
Hidden Under Her Heart Book Review from Tidbits of Experience
Thank you to these ladies for sharing their hearts and to everyone else who linked up.
So let’s get the link up started, please link up any posts that relate to God and christian living – especially encouraging or challenging posts, also recipes, crafts, gardening or homesteading as you call it in America and just plain old country living here in Australia.