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I am a stay at home mom and a shopkeeper. We offer handcrafts created on the premises, consignment, cottage industry products, imports and embellished imports. We carry a lil of this and a lil of that. Primitive country handcrafts and more! A lil shop worth the stop...dedicated to a simpler time. http://lilcountryfolks.com

Sunday, August 24, 2008

August 24th 2008

Hello everyone, Today is Sunday the 24th ~ As I sit in the shop I am thinking about yesterday...Yesterday I had two wonderful women come and visit the shop. It was really a lovely time. They shopped and we chatted and then we PRAYED together right across my counter holding hands. It was a wonderful prayer and such a boost for me. I love it when Christian folks visit the shop.
Also, after the shop closed yesterday I decided to push mow since the tractor is on the fritz. Well, I ended up saving baby mice...it was actually quite fun and exciting. You never know what the day holds for you. Be patient in life and "be still and know that I am God"...I love that scripture. It was a great day and I look forward to what is in store for today.

2 comments:

rockriverstitches said...

awww they are so tiny! I can't tell what that is that they were nested in?
Your blog is really starting to come together now!

Tammy

The Haymakers Country Store Blog said...

We noticed one tiny mouse on the ground and decided to inspect the mower and they were tucked up and around the top of the motor...it was so strange and such a great surprise for the kids...they loved it!!!

A shop visitor...

A shop visitor...
This is the lil katydid that was visiting me one evening as I worked on the computer after hours. He was clicking and then making his calling noise. I will try to post that for you as well. He seemed to be rather friendly and wanted to be close to me overlooking what I was up to. When my husband came in and I pointed him out he seemed to be a bit agitated and started diving from here to there. It was a bit creepy at that point but it was also fun to have him here.

What are those gloves saying...

What are those gloves saying...
This is how my hubby dries his work gloves!!! I think it is so cool...and funny. They always end up in different formations...pointing to the sky or saying "rock on" or I love you in sign language!