Yes, ladies and gentlemen..drum roll! Yesterday, with Robert guiding the every helpful Big Bertha (the backhoe we rented) and Cliff, Eli and I helping, we filled the rollaway up and we can say that job is done! We weren’t sure if Eli could make it, but just as Cliff and I were leaving (I needed to go to my daughters bridal shower), Eli showed up so Robert and he could finish up the job.
Robert and I thought we were going to JVC to work, but as you can see from the previous blog, we ended up taking a day off. We have worked hard to get to this point, and it is in some ways unbelievable that it is done! Soon very soon I will write the story of why JVC needed so much work to clean up. It is a sad story, but now has a happy ending.
We thank God and all those who helped get this job done, including Bryan, James and Chris, our other workers. Mahriyanna was able to help in the very beginning.
Pray for us, friends, that soon we can move there. We don’t know when that will be, but we really are finding that the long drive, and our time away from our cat, is taking a toll on all of us. We yearn to wake up and eat breakfast and worship and pray and then go to work, and then prepare our evening meal right there on site. Now I prepare a whole day’s worth of food in the morning which then needs to be packed up, iced up, and transported.
but we are grateful for everything and everyone! Soon i will make a list of all the things we need to do to move to the land and put it on our prayer list here and on our refrigerator.
Your comments are always appreciated. how do you feel when you have accomplished a huge job?