We Have a Name for our Property!

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Happy Friday!

Y’all…it’s been a CrAzY week over here!  We were supposed to close on our house on Wednesday, but it got pushed to Thursday.  

We thought we were going to be able to move in our house yesterday after the closing, but we don’t get to move in till the 20th.  (It was a misunderstanding on our part about the contract.)

So I am staying at a hotel with a couple kids for the next 5 days, and Cy is staying at the property with some of the boys in the RV.

I could write 100 posts on all the ways I have about lost my mind the past few weeks, and how difficult it has been during this transition, but truthfully, that would do no good. (If you follow me on instagram, you know what I am talking about. haha!)

The bottom line is that every hardship, stress, change of plans, etc., that we have experienced the past few weeks are all just inconveniences.  Our “normal” has been disrupted severely, and  it’s not been easy, but this too shall pass.  There are way worst things going on in the world for me to be upset about living inconveniently in an RV and hotel. 

Very soon, we will be in our new home (that is an unexpected blessing from the Lord,) and we will look back at these crazy days and laugh. 

God has and always will provide. 

Ever since we bought our land a few months ago, I have been referring to it as “the property” on Instagram.  Our family wanted to have a name for our land, but we couldn’t come up with one we liked.  

Then a couple of weeks ago, I was having my quite time on the front porch of our previous home, and the Lord reminded me some of bible verses that I knew the name for our property would come!

I shared about it in my instagram stories, and many of my followers over there asked me to make it static in my feed, so I did. 

Here is the explanation of how the Lord gave us the name for our property.  :)

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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15 Comments

  1. Salut,
    J’ai beau traduire en Français, au final je ne comprends pas quel nom vous avez choisi. Ggrrrr
    Bonne soirée
    Anneka

    Hi,
    Although I translate into French, in the end I don’t understand which name you chose. Grrrrr
    Have a good evening.
    Anneka

  2. AMEN!!! Love the new property name, it is so peaceful. You really spoke to me today, so much so that I am going to go out to my porch and read my Bible. I go to church every week, but I push off quiet time. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Oh I love it! Great name.
    Is naming property a Southern thing? We are in Indiana. Occasionally I see it out towards the country. We not-so-lovingly refer to our first 12’x60′ trailer as The Dump. Does that count? 😂

  4. Tracy, I have followed your blog for a long time, but have never commented. Last summer my husband and I moved to TN from TX…long story, but let just say that God led the way and made all things fall into place. We are settled in Murfreesboro…only an hour from our daughter (rather than three days away) and have found a great church. I love how you share your faith and trust in God. When I was six y/o I memorized Psalm 23 and it has always been a very special passage to me.

    1. Hi Barbara! Thank you for commenting and welcome to TN! That you for sharing your story of God’s goodness and faithfulness! I’m so glad you are nearer to your daughter as well.
      God bless you!
      Traci

  5. Sooooo happy for you. Your family is so sweet. Thank you for being real. You are fortunate to have your kids all in your nest for longer. :)
    PS. Could you link the nails you have and posted about before. The glue or press on ones? Thanks.

    1. Hi Kathy! Thank you so much! The nails I used to use are Red Aspen Nails. I don’t have a link, but you could google it and it should show up. Thanks!!

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