Monthly Archives: October 2016

Country Life Begins – Part Two

Our country life transition has included some of the following exciting challenges, changes from our normal life, and unexpected blessings: ~ kitchen sink needing to be replaced (and that’s a bit special in a manufactured home thanks to HUD standards)~ asparagus growing … Continue reading

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How Country Folks Roll

Our crew never really experienced the country till we moved out to our town of around 300 (which we find hard to think is accurate – because only about 25 people actually live in town). Anyway, moving here we have quickly become accustomed … Continue reading

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Two Months in the Country

After being “homeless” for a bit over two months and it feeling like a very long time, living here on The Trustead for two months… well, time seems to be moving… FAST, REAL FAST! Yesterday, Sunday, October 23rd marked our … Continue reading

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He Makes Resources Abound

We lost our 30+ beautiful, healthy, heirloom tomato plants along with pepper plants when we unwisely planted them at the property we thought we were going to buy. Until the keys are in your hand, the deal can crumble at … Continue reading

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Country Life Begins – Part One

August 23, 2016 was the day we closed on our property, The Trustead. Our kids were at their grandparents while Farmer and Homemaker signed the documents and walked away with keys. It was a very fast and strange experience, nothing … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Have to Start… Right Where You Are

It’s a Monday morning. Nothing particularly special going on beyond our normal days here in the country. Ummm… that’s not altogether accurate. EVERYDAY at The Trustead we’ve got something a bit NEW to discover, see, work through, or… pray for. … Continue reading

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