Saturday on our way for a day outing with just 'us Girls', we stopped at a friends house that was having a yard sale. Well it wasn't her house, she was having it at the house of a friend. I fell in love with the landscape. As we were about to leave, I asked permission to take a few photo's.
This is the house, isn't the greenery and flowers pretty!
The house is pretty also!
The back yard was even prettier, but I didn't ask until we were leaving so I didn't get photo's of it.
The main reason we stopped by was she had told me that she had her china for sale. It was hers when she was first married, her husband passed away a few years ago.
You know me, I always, always have to buy anything with teacups,,,LOL! My daughter said "Where are you going to put them". Well I have a very special place for them, but that's a secret I'll tell you later.
On the bottom it says, Noritake IrelandPatience.
It's a placing setting for 6.
I love the feet, kinda looks like a stand, don't you think!
The flowers are so pretty with a white Lacey look.
Trimmed in silver.
I told her I would have a Tea Party and she wanted to know if she could come, she will differently be invited.
I love those old towns that haven't changed in time! They touch my heart in some way that I can't seem to explain.
The old stores!
Here in this little and I do mean 'little' town of Musella, Ga. is an old 'Cotton Gin'. It sits next to the Peach Packing shed that has some of the best Peaches in Georgia. We try to go every year and get peaches and ice cream. My hubby and I met my daughter, and two grandchildren there yesterday, to have a day out.
See the old car on the left. Don't see many of those anymore!
Inside there is so much to see and do! Of course this is where they pack the peaches, today they weren't packing, guess they must be picking!
Don't they look delicious!
This is some that are For Sale.
Above the packing area and around the building are old furniture and things that were used long ago.
Love the old stove and coffee table.
The building is open air and the ceiling is full of ceiling fans.
Lot's of veggie's and other items for sale.
Oh, I can't forget to tell you about the Peach Ice Cream, it was so good! Here's Anna with hers in a waffle cone. I got mine in a cup.
I hope you enjoyed our trip to the Peach Packing Shed!
"Hum, I always heard that God wouldn't give you more than you can bear" After meditating on this for a while it came to me that with every burden He allows you to bear, He always gives you the way out. We can stay in our situation and be burdened down with it, or we can call out to Him, trust Him and give it into His capable hands.
...a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up.
"Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest."
As every care and burden is lifted up in prayer, they become easier to bear.
Each of us face trails and burdens each day, our understanding will be surpassed by God's love for us.
One of my favorite chapters in the Bible is Psalm 143, it has comforted my heart and helped me along life's path. In these days of stress and uncertainty, my faith has been increased by knowing that God is faithful and will guide me as I walk with Him.
"Cause me to hear thy loving kindness in the morning, for in thee do I trust: cause me to know the way that I should walk;"
Each day is new and we experience new and wonderful blessings, let us be thankful and give God the praise and glory, for all things are of Him. Take comfort in His Love.