This sign measures 16″ tall by 10 1/2″ wide and is 1/2″ thick. It is available for $25, plus $10 shipping (unless you happen to live in the Spokane area and want to pay us a visit here at the farm . . .) If you are interested in ordering, you can contact me at PastBlessings@gmail.com . I will also be adding a page to our blog that I will post all of our signs that are available. I will let you know once that is up and running. Also, if you would like to keep up on our sales, our Pickin’ on the Prairie Antique Show and our new signs and products, you might want to follow us on facebook. Click here to find our facebook page: Past Blessings Farm .
On Monday, I flew down to Arizona to spend 10 days visiting my big sister. Before I left, however, I wanted to make sure I blessed my family . . . blessed them with a clean and orderly house, blessed them with food in the frig and simple instructions for keeping themselves well fed, the laundry caught up and all the details of life taken care of so that while I am gone, their lives could still run smoothly. I am not sure that I left without any loose ends, but I did my best to make my trip not be a burden for them. I did my best instead to bless them before I left.
So how are you doing this week . . . are you focusing on blessing your family? Is your home a mess or a haven? Is the laundry done? Are meals planned? I am not asking you all this because I have it all together . . . quite the opposite in fact . . . My desire is to always be a blessing . . . but that being said I am not always a blessing. I fail a lot . . . my house gets messy . . . I get bored cooking . . . the laundry stacks up. But God knows my heart and I simply need to keep giving Him my heart . . . and He will continue to feed my desires and help me to be the woman He has created me to be. I am choosing to be a blessing and through God’s help I will be.
Tonight I just got home after setting up for our latest show, “Pickin’ Christmas”, which will take place at the Greyhound Event Center in Post Falls Idaho this coming weekend, December 3 and 4. We have the spots all marked off, the placement figured out for everything from decor to ticket booths . . . and my booth is done. I am pleased with how simple it came together and how nice I think it will display. But still tonight finds me anxious and stressed.