A Blessed Evening

Picked up the mower from the repairman last evening. Tried to fix ‘er myself, but it seems the do-hickey had come apart from the what-see. Anyway, it works great now and I got to mulch up the first of the fallen leaves. As I was putting it away in the garage, I noticed something shiny out of the corner of my eye. Sure enough, I picked up a nail in the left front tire of my Jeep. It was in …


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3 comments on “A Blessed Evening

  1. armywife on said:

    I love to read Ron’s articles – always a sweet diversion from my day. And I love it that you guys are “God friendly” – seems to be a beautiful but rare quality these days.

  2. So many times we all take for granted what we have and forget to be thankful for our daily needs just being met. Thanks for helping me to remember how blessed I am each and every day and to remember those who are not in these difficult times.

  3. Barb Burkholder on said:

    Love the warm and fuzzy family stories that are shared weekly. Kinda reminds me of Little House on the Prairie in Parks and Rec style!
    Thanks Ron for sharing your family and your gratitude with all of us in Parks and Rec.
    Barb Burkholder

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