Updates from the Homestead
I’m still here!! Just have not had time to blog. I have a few quiet moments tonight so I thought I send out a little update.
We moved my father in law in on the 27th of March. He has been here a little over 2 weeks. There have been a LOT of adjustments to make. It has been a big job. We realized in so many ways that this has been the right thing to do. It confirms what God was laying on our hearts when we made this decision. We are all currently adjusting to a new routine in the household. This has been a challenge for us all. My sister in law has been staying with us and what a blessing this has been!! She has helped out in so many ways and I am so grateful for her time with us.
On the positive side we have been able to get his medications under control. He was way off with them. The benefits of just this one thing have been amazing. He is stronger and now has a few medical issues under control. Previously, with him living so far away and my husband & I going to help him 3 times a week we were just not able to see all that was going on.
With all the changes and challenges having him move in has brought to my life I’ve had to put computer related things on the back burner while I deal with it all. Real life has become my biggest priority. I can see that just after 2 weeks we are working closer to having a schedule and routine down and I know I will be back to blogging and update my website and all the things I long and love to do very soon again.
In Other News…
My daughter Sierra will be leaving on Wednesday for a 2 week visit to S. Korea to see her sister Leanne. She is soooo excited and so are we for her adventure. She will be traveling with a close and dear family friend who is also excited to see Leanne. I’m such a homebody and I have no idea how I raised children who love to travel the globe!!
Some may wonder if I’m concerned about my daughters with all the political goings on in Korea.. and while I do have some moments of concern, overall I am not. I feel like the Lord led my daughter Leanne to S. Korea and I have faith that if HE wants her home, she will come home. As of right now, she says the “chatter” in S. Korea is that the S. Koreans are not even concerned. This is a typical pattern with N. Korea. I put my trust in the Lord. If I felt like there was a real concern I would ask her to come home and I certainly would not be sending my 17 year old daughter off to visit her.
Oh.. and my baby goat that I shared about in my last post has a name.. Pippy!! My daughter Hannah gave her the name.. and I liked it!! :)
That is all for now, and I pray I will be back to blogging and sharing life from my homestead on a regular basis very soon.