The last time I was at our property I was too sick to really do much.
I can’t even remember much about it.
However, the last time my husband was there he noticed something.
He told me when he saw it he knew it would bless me.
And he was right.
This beautiful Iris is one of several in a rectanglar shaped container.
Years ago, he made it and suggested I use it for flowers.
It’s held Iris bulbs ever since.
Some how in our move it had gotten over looked.
I was very glad when he and our son-in-law brought it here.
This morning, I was extra blessed to see the blossom.
Especially since our property sold, last Friday.
We’d been waiting for some information about the progress of the sale.
We’ve learned not to expect to sign papers until we hear from the title company, but everything had been silent.
The call came in, we needed to sign papers.
It felt odd, sitting with masks across from the notary, who was wearing gloves and a mask as well.
To put ink on paper which meant a chapter of our lives, seven years, was closed.
It’s opening into something new, and we are glad for the couple who are so excited about living there.
We are very thankful to be able to move forward into the next chapter God has for us.
Although we shall always carry the love and memories of that dear valley with us.
I can truly look upon that purple Iris and praise God for His hand of direction in our lives.
I’m so thankful for the opportunity to bring those flowers and the memories with us.
As these days, in a new chapter unfold, I’m thankful.
His plans and path for us is so much better than anything I could possibly have imagined.
Truly, His ways are perfect!
Deuteronomy 32:4 KJV — He is the Rock, his work is perfect: for all his ways are judgment: a God of truth and without iniquity, just and right is he.