Do you ever chat about something and at the end say, “that would be a miracle?”
Here’s the story:
We have been in a pool house construction house phase for FOR-EV-ER.
Here it is a week ago.
The time frame to get this little house completed has been long and ridiculous. Steve has pushed the train up and up and up the hill again. It’s time people.
Time to be done.
Saturday as we get ready for a day of work, we chat.
“The painter did good yesterday. Wouldn’t it be a miracle if he showed up today?”
Everyone deserves a day off. I am not expecting people to work on the weekends as long as the job is up to the time frame. ITS NOT! However there are still zero expectations that we will see a worker on a Saturday.
This was my view yesterday.
We were on the roof.
And what do my wandering eyes shall appear, but a blue truck out of nowhere.
I believe it is a painters truck.
We watch as he enters the pool house and gathers some of his belongings. He entered his car and leaves.
Ok…..well that was nice while it lasted
Bye bye painter man.
We continue painting
It’s looking pretty good.
The blue truck! It’s back!
He opens his tailgate.
He pulls out his supplies!
I guess just call me doubting Charma.
Another conversation was had regarding a tile guy.
“We can’t get the plumber to finish unless the tile is laid. The tile guy can’t do the job for at least two weeks.”
Now to put the time frame into perspective, we have a baby shower for approximately 80 people, being held outside on October 20th. We NEED A BATHROOM! Will we survive without a bathroom? Yes…..but it should would be nice.
Miracle number 2. Justin’s friend, a professional tile layer showed up, on a Saturday, and can lay the tile next week. I think that might be two miracles in one.
I know that there are way more important things going on in the lives of others than our little pool house.
However I do give credit where credit is deserves and I believe that our Heavenly Father will give us the desires of our hearts when we are obedient and Love Him first, Love others and Invest our lives for His Glory.
I will leave you this Sunday morning with a new song we are doing this morning. .