24 thoughts on “A Weekend of Too…

  1. Lisa@LismorePaper says:

    Sounds like a wonderful getaway with like minded people, I love those kind of retreats. I enjoy imagining your girls following along. They are pretty special ladies. We are supposed to have the same weather as you, rain on snow and freezing rain isnt a good combo but Im looking forward to the melt.

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  2. bcparkison says:

    We keep hearing storms and goodness No….I don’t like that but I stay in a prayer of gratitude for Gods protection .
    How in the world did the girls get off base in that cold and snow. No doubt they were glad to see you and hear you calling them home. They must have had a touch of cabin fever.
    Hang in there as we go through another time change. I wish they would just leave time alone.

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    • thechickengrandma says:

      I have a feeling they saw my husbands tracks in the snow and figures it led somewhere. Those two are the adventurous ones. I totally understand the cabin fever theory.
      My husband is overjoyed for daylight savings time. I just wish they would pick one LOL.

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  3. Deb says:

    It’s exciting to venture out into the broader world…but definitely comforting to see the familiar sights and sounds of home. And to know we have that gentle guidance with us always and if ever we are feeling lost we can just stop and listen for the wisdom and love that makes all things right again. So happy you found your girls safe & sound… 🙂

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  4. jennymarie4 says:

    Love this! I’m going to remember that… “C’mon girl, keep following along.” How heartwarming and safe. And I just love how you call your chickens, girls. Sounds like a lovely retreat, and that picture is beautiful!

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  5. susieshy45 says:

    Love the fact that those two girls followed you like little puppies. I agree that it is easier to wait and trust rather than do something about it. Sometimes we are wired to do all we can and then give it to God- not sure which is the better path. Should we try things ourselves and then when all fails give it to God or should we just give things over to God in the beginning and see which way he nudges us on ?

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  6. thechickengrandma says:

    Those girls do follow me like puppies Susie! What a great way to put it.
    I have a feeling that life would go so much smoother for us if we included God and His will in our plans from the beginning. Things tend to get less tangled that way…at least for me. I find it harder to straighten things out when I steam ahead and then as an afterthought ask God to bless my plans.
    Proverbs 16:9 9In their hearts humans plan their course, but the LORD establishes their steps.
    My take away on that verse is that we can plan all we want but God will establish our steps (our paths).
    How are you doing by the way?

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