Thursday, January 07, 2010

Now,the New Year is well under way with lots of cold and snow. I'm so thankful to have repented of my sins and asked the Lord to save me from hell. I'm looking forward to a home in heaven, no sin, it will be gone forever.~~Let all those that seek thee rejoice and be glad in thee~~Psalms 70:4

I've been spinning my black Shetland wool...a little here and there. I don't have as much time on my hands now that hubby is retired. I love him being home though! Its fun to go with him here and there during the day. My knitting is wondering where I am though!


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Teeny Tiny cabin said...

Hello Dear Maggie Ann!
As usual, I'm having a hard time keeping up with visiting--please forgive me!
We are in the thick of organizing and preparing for the opening of a retail antique store in the Spring. There is so much work that goes into something like this. We have done this before, but this will be on a larger scale. Dear husband, PB is on the tail end of the drug therapy for his illness. It takes its tole on him, but by God's Grace, he has fared better than others who have gone through it. He still is able to work and teaches a "Structuring your life for Biblical Change" class at our church. You can hear him speak at
He has a lot on his plate, but God has given him a fine mind.
I will be beginning to teach pre-school Sunday school again, starting this week.
So life is busy at the Cabin! I hope I continue to blog this year, because I do enjoy it so!
Loved catching up Maggie Ann, I always love hearing and seeing your love for the Lord! And also love hearing about your many different creative projects. Sounds like you're enjoying family and hubby being home--wonderful!
With Love and Blessing Dear Sister,
Claudia O.

bennie and patsy said...

Who ever commented first sure had a lot to say.To bad I can't read it.Or maybe not. Just hope they love the Lord. That is not what I had to say when I came to comment.I guess I for got what I was going to say.Any way you have a happy day.

Saija said...

yes, the future is bright when Jesus is Lord of ones life ... :o)

i love all the pictures you find to use on your blog - they are so sweet and nostalgic for me ...

keep warm!!! i'm so glad you guys have a woodstove - i do miss ours ...

Farmhouse Blessings said...

You are a blessing dear sister!

Smiles, Lea

She'sSewPretty said...

My hubby is retiring in five years. Not sure if I'm looking forward to it or not! LOL