Still waiting

Sadly, the excavator has not arrived this week as expected. The view of the motel remained like this –
Untitled
Sigh.
So our week was a little less productive than we’d hope. Gary took care of a couple of small jobs, but was reluctant to start anything too big just in case that excavator showed up. But over in my world, the week started off with a bang –
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. #lotsawhite #sowerjobs
A full compliment of guests over the weekend = lots and lots of sheets and towels to wash and fold. With a little help from the housekeeping girls, by lunch time Tuesday it was all under control.
Untitled
Well, until next Monday when it will start all over again! (I bet it’s the same at your house, only the pile might not be quite as high or as overwhelmingly white!)
The rest of the week was pretty quiet. We did wake up to the startling sight of snow this morning
Good morning, Montrose! #springinNEPA #saywhat?
and it continued to snow (quite vigorously at times) throughout the day. Pretty crazy. Since I’m putting in some extra SOWER hours over the weekend (helping out with meals), I spent this unexpected snow(y) day (it is April, right?) cutting out my next quilt project –
Snowy spring day at Montrose = great day to cut out a quilt. #noahsquilt #cantwaittostart
And while I’m anxious to get sewing on it, that won’t happen right away. The next couple of weeks are already pretty full. Even though this week was kind of a bust (walk-way wise), we are still heading to the Cabin on Sunday to open her up for the season.
Cabininthespring-20

We love being up there in the early spring (this picture was taken two years ago, just about this same time of year) and are hopeful that it will be warm enough to get the water up and running.  I know that Gary has some outdoor chores planned, but I also think he’s packing some books, so I’m hopeful that there will be at least a bit of down time.

And after that? Well, Gary will return to Montrose to (hopefully) find that walkway demolished and ready for him to get started, while I’ll be joining my sisters for our annual Girls Week.

Oh, yes – grand days ahead, indeed!

 

2 thoughts on “Still waiting”

  1. I so enjoy your updates and following your journey in the Sower RV ministry! My husband and I feel the Lord calling us into this type of ministry through our church but have not been given a time yet. Perhaps you’ve heard of MAPS? As we wait for the Lord to open the doors, I am encouraged by your posts to see all the various ways and locations that God allows you and your husband to serve Him! God bless and keep you both!!

  2. Hello, Patricia! We have heard of MAPS! Not only have we worked along side with fellow servants from MAPS, but some of our SOWER friends are also part of MAPS. We have been very blessed to serve our LORD through SOWERS, and I’m sure you will find the same to be true when He opens those doors for you! So glad to have you along for the journey :).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.