Saturday, January 22, 2011

Coming soon:

DH stopped by our local appliance store this morning and picked out a new washer...
and a new dryer...
along with a new dish washer...
we had them picked out online...
we did a couple loads this evening to get things caught up...
tomorrow they guys are going to pull them out and clean under and behind them...
cause the new ones are coming Monday afternoon...
and not too soon...
the washer quit on the last load...
it won't spin no more...
now some might call that a coincidence...
I call it a blessing...
I know God held it together right up to the last load we needed to do with it...
and the money for it all came out of the blue...
a long forgotten life insurance policy that my father in law took out in 1949...
he's been gone a year now and the insurance co had to find us...
we had no clue...
it wasn't much, but enough to make a difference here...
and just when we needed it...
do you ever have things like that happen?...
things that just make you smile knowing that He is watching out for you?..
of course you do...
He does it for everyone...

4 comments:

Ann said...

Isn't funny how new appliances can be so exciting? Who would of thought when we were younger?!

Dianna said...

Love your blog, Tete! So blessed by the way the Lord sent the money your way...just when you needed it! We can always count on His faithfulness to carry us through.

Leslie said...

It must be "Washer" month as my aggitator stopped working my wash machine a few weeks ago. I went back and forth between what kind of wash machine to get, "top loader vs front loader". I've always had a top loader and actually stuck with it. Mine got delivered this past Thursday and I've been doing plenty of testing on the new machine and love it. You're right though, money comes at just the right times it seems. My husband has always had the philosophy that "we'll make ends meet" and he is right. I never take it for granted though..Have fun with your new machine.

Donnie said...

He supplies us with all our needs doesn't He. Have a great day.