Our morning started off with a BANG! We had lots of rain in the night and a bunch of it gathered on top of our awning. The weight eventually bent the awning support and brought everything crashing down. What a sound! Our neighbors heard it and came over to see if everyone was alright and then offered to help Paul take down the mangled awning. They loaned us some tools, a much needed ladder, and a little elbow-grease to make the job go smoother. It was great to have someone lend their hands and companionship to make an unfortunate event a little bit better.
Kindness can transform someone’s dark moment with a blaze of light. You’ll never know how much your caring matters.Amy Leigh Mercree
Keep Tuning In
We are back from our trip. Tomorrow we head to California for a few weeks. Keep watching for more posts about our wanderings in Missouri. I have some more pictures and a few recipes to share with you. See you soon! Thanks for stopping by.
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Safe journeys my friends. The kindness of strangers reminds me that in God’s eyes, none of us are strangers indeed. We’re just brothers and sisters whom we haven’t met yet. 🙂 God’s blessings Schell family.
How wonderful it is when complete strangers offer to help us out. Hope you have safe and fun travels, Patty!