Our Backyard Project

The deck is gone, and our backyard project has begun!  We’ve talked about what we would like to accomplish, and will be working hard this spring and summer to get it done.  My wonderful hubby recently lost his job due to cutbacks, so we have very little income right now, and therefore cannot spend.  We’ll have to get creative with what we already have!  (Carl is diligently searching the internet job listings, networking with business contacts, sending out resumes, and trying to get odd jobs — while we pray and wait on God.  Please pray for us, if the Lord places it on your heart to do so.  Thank you.)

I’m excited about having the garden in the side yard, rather than outside the back door.  We can now landscape the cleared out deck area and make it a nice place to sit, with the fire pit nearby and possibly a water fountain feature we’re talking about building.  We also want to eventually build a pergola, but that won’t be this year.  The area of yard where the new garden will go is one of the few grassy areas we have, so we’re manually moving sod squares to the area where the deck used to be.  Hurray, we’ll have grass where it’s now bare, instead of in the new garden!  Carrying shovelfuls of sod is heavy work, but I do love the results.  Whitney and I are helping, and I know Carl appreciates it.  He told us so. :)

Here’s a picture, to show what we started out with.  We’ve done some work since then, but only a small amount compared to what we need to do!  Do you have any yard project plans this summer?  Now’s the time to start preparing!

God’s Word

Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. --Jeremiah 6:16

Wisdom Quote

For every look at self, take ten looks at Christ. --Robert Murray McCheyne

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