03.16.15 Renting, digging, building a wall and growing plants!

1506688_10151827973145806_1019352177_n Saturday, March 14, 2015 – Today was showing the house for rent day!  I really don’t know what to say except that God is so good! The first young lady who came has three boys and when she left I felt so blessed to have been given the opportunity to meet her.  She’s the one we want for our renter, no question.  Everything about her checked out great so we asked to be our renter.  She’s praying about it, as are we.  She visited it again Monday so we are just waiting to hear from her.  We haven’t considered anyone else who is interested so I’m praying that it’s God’s will for she and us to be landlord/renter in the near future.

Now if we can just get the electric company to run the line we can wrap up having551522_821156654619233_3860852398446573489_n the floor sealed, lights turned on and final clean up done.  Then it will be ready to be moved into! If you’ve followed our blog any length of time you know this is the point we’ve been working so hard to get to.

Monday, March 16, 2015 – The digging part of the electric company just finished their work. Yay for really nice guys showing up and saving the day!  Now we are waiting for the crew to put in the electric meter which will either be this evening or in the morning!  Here’s pictures of the guys digging today.  It was such a joy to see them!

20150316_153336 20150316_153006 20150316_153013The daily big rains have ceased for a bit, see how high the water in the picture is and how much pollen has started moving in!  Roy’s working on his Plan B for the culvert and it involves rebarb, strong wire, lots of concrete bags, some loose concrete and a lot of sweat.  Here’s pictures of where he is on this. 20150316_15284920150316_15282020150316_152627The plants we purchased are not planted yet but will be after dirt grading is done. Now that the digging up of the yard by the electrical digging is done, we’re ready for Todd to come back and make outside as pretty as inside is!  Three of the plants I purchased were Knock Out Roses and they had no leaves on them when I bought them.  Now look at them! First picture is a month ago and the second was the morning!

20150213_09302820150313_141535We been looking at what looked like a paddle boat at the other end of the pond.  Roy and I walked over there and found this is what it is.  The grey smaller boat is now on our end of the pond.  Don’t know who they belong to but we’d love to have somethings like this to float around the pond in!20150311_152745

It’s 83 degrees here today and while I know it will return to the 70s for a little longer this is not the temps we like to live in.  The RV isn’t as insulated as a house so when the heats beating in we close all the curtains and hope it will sun and fanstay below 75 in here.  Last year this time we were in San Diego, Texas ans the weather was 106 in early April so we know that’s not where we’ll be heading when we leave here.  As much as I want to see the southern part of the west we may be heading to the north west or maybe the central west first.  If the house is rented out we will be leaving here on April 12th.

This means we have been in Louisiana for almost a year.  We do love it here but soon we’ll be on the road we will go out west for as many months as we can do it!

Ya’ll come back now, ya’ hear

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