Saturday, April 28, 2012

Stitching and a blessing

 Lots to share with you today so here we go!  Sunlight stained glass is coming along well as you can see.

 A tiny bit done on Plum and gold too.  I needed a bit of a break from my other two.

 Let's have a silly Sylvia break before the other cross stitch.  How can cats sleep like this?  Amazing.

 Here is my Gathering Eggs.  It too is coming along well and I am working on the clouds at the top.

This is Mr. and Mrs Larry Rice.  He just came thru a quad bypass surgery.  We had a wonderful conversation about church, the Bible and plenty of fun things to.  They are just precious.

Below is the 2002 Chevy S-10 we bought from Larry.  It is valued at $6000 dollars, Larry had planned to sell it for $5900 dollars.  He is the only dealer who didn't want at least $1000 dollars down and Jack and I were really praying for a vehicle before my surgery on the 9th of May.  Larry said he needed revenue and he knew we needed a vehicle so he sold it to us for $500 dollars down and dropped the price to $5200 dollars.  The transmission is new and today Larry had his son put in a new battery, starter and wipers.  God is faithful to help in time of need if we only keep pressing on and trusting.  I am also thankful for a loving husband who worked hard to save up money and a friend who helped as well.
 Love the razorback placard on the back!
I can not stop praising God for this blessing!
Thanks for visiting.  huggles.


Minnie said...

Both stained glass projects are lovely and Gathering Eggs is getting close to the finish line isn't it? Good for you on the new truck. You know what they say "Where there is a will, God will make a way" enjoy your blessing.

Anonymous said...


Just found your blog.

Your stitching is beautiful.

Lovely new truck too.

Lynda said...

Hi Michelle - I have been wanting to comment on your blog for weeks, but haven't been able to because your site wouldn't finish downloading on my computer, I think maybe because your photos are so big.

Anyway, today it worked, so I am saying Hi! and Praise the Lord for your new car.

"God will make a way, when there seems to be no way..."

Hope all goes well with your surgery (just incase blogger won't let me comment again for awhile!)

Dee said...

The truck is truly a looks new. happy for you.:)

Margaret said...

LOve your stitching as always. I'm so glad the truck came through for you. Wonderful!