Thursday, May 5, 2016

So Much To Be Thankful For

Hey y'all!  Well, we're finally back to the blog!  Sorry for the unintended break we took from here.  We have been very busy over the past few months with building our house, growing our home-based businesses, and also growing personally as a family.

The Lord has truly blessed to us and we've got so much to be thankful for!  As humans, sometimes we can get caught up in the troubles and worries of life and forget to take a step back and look at the big picture, and notice all of the countless blessings and joys that are right in front of us to enjoy!  Jesse and I just celebrated our third wedding anniversary back in March.  It does not seem like we've already been married for three whole years!  So much has changed in three years and we as a family have come so far in our relationship with the Lord and with each other.  I can't wait to see what God has in store for the rest of our lives!

As far as progress around our homestead goes, we've been building more on our house (another blog post on that to come soon) and setting up more raised bed, mulch gardens which is exciting and they are very beautiful!  Also, being self-employed, one of our main concentrations lately has been on setting and accomplishing goals in all areas of our life and on the growth, focus, financial aspects, and productivity of our businesses.  We are so very excited about the Sawmill Shed/Office Building that is going up right now too!!! Yay!

Freshly cut lumber
Working in the office
"Brown paper packages tied up with string..."
Love getting to wrap and ship our
packages for Wright's Trading Post.
Making and decorating our products to be unique,
beautiful, and special for our customers is definitely one
of my favorite parts of the business!
Aaaaaand......I've saved the best news for last!  Our family is expecting it's
newest little baby Wright on September 15th! :-) <3

What are y'all thankful for right now?
Have y'all been setting and accomplishing any goals lately?

"O give thanks unto the Lord for he is good:
his mercy endureth for ever." Psalms 107:1

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