It wasn't a planned purchase, so it hurt a little, but yesterday, it proved to be well worth it.
Since DH works for the power company, if he is at work when a storm occurs, he does not get to come home. Or if ice and snow are expected, they call him in early, and put him up in a hotel down the street from corporate HQ.
What that means on the homefront---I am home alone with 6 kids, with no power. It can be exhausting....moving beds, watching kids when candles are everywhere, they can't play in other rooms if it is dark, the cooking problems, worrying about the food in the freezer.....I bet you can relate.
No more! I am truly thankful for GOD'S provisions !
And here is the funny visitor. Can you believe this guy roams our neighborhood?
What I couldn't believe, was that Kristen said there were several, and they'd been around for years.
We have lived here 8 years and I have never seen them----but now I know.
See him on the fence? Other visitors, over the years, have included BIG turtles, deer, rattle snakes, a bunny every year in the spring, and plenty of ducks and geese. Who is the funniest visitor you've ever had?? We had an Emu visit in Tallassee.