After dozens of showings of our sticks and bricks house and no offers, we’ve decided to add leasing as an option to the real estate listing. If you know of anyone in the Hammond area looking for a wonderful house to rent please tell them to contact us! Roy will be running out of time that he can work in a month, so hopefully we’ll have the house rented or sold by then and can get on with our traveling life!
I try to remind myself of this everyday when it comes to selling the house!
Here’s a link to the lease flyer. CLICK HERE! While this is our second choice of what to do with the house, and we’d still prefer to sell, we’ve come to realize that selling the house may not be what we’re suppose to do right now. God’s timing for things happening in our life is usually different than our timing but He always knows best.
We spent some time with Madisyn, Chip and Kim at the softball field this week.
Madisyn and her mommy came by for a visit today and of course Madisyn and Paw Paw Roy shared some ice cream!!
Now that Fall weather has finally arrived in Louisiana I can’t wait to get out and play. Tomorrow Chip, Kim, Madisyn, Braxton, Bentley, Roy and I are going to Ms. Heather’s Pumpkin Patch here in Hammond to play! Of course pictures will be taken and shared! It’s not just a pumpkin patch, they have lots of activities all the children love. Here’s the list of activities from their web page: Pick a Pumpkin from the field, Zip line, Jumping Pillow, Tunnel Slide, Face Painting, Duck Racing, Pedal Tractors, See Cotton Growing, Hay Maze, Milk a Cow, Roll Down the Hill, Catch Mrs. Heather telling how pumpkins grow, Merry go round, Play Horse Shoes, Nature Trail, Lots of places to take pictures, Weigh & Measure your pumpkin, Bring a Picnic Lunch, Paint a pumpkin (weekend only).
I’ve discovered author Kevin George’s Comet Clement series and I’ve been enjoying it for weeks. It’s a series of 12 books about the governments of several countries preparing for a major comet, Comet Clement, to hit the earth. The countries prepare for this in secret creating survival stations in outer space, under the water and under the earth. It then moves on to the comet actually hitting and how the people in the survival stations lived for five years waiting for earth to get back to a livable place. I’m on the last book now which is about how those survived make the transition to living on the earth. Don’t know how it will end, but I’ve enjoyed this series a lot. The plot line is quite long but I haven’t tired of it at all. I feel I know the characters quite well now and can’t wait to see if they all have a happy ending! Each of the books is very inexpensive (around 2.99 each) and of course I got into it from a free first book through BookBub. I got the rest at Amazon and would highly recommend the series. I do have to say that the editing is not perfect with an occasional word left out, etc. but doesn’t stop me from loving the series.
Ya’ll have a great weekend!