The Day in Pictures

Since we had moved all the living room furniture last night, Dad settled on the floor for his Bible time.
Since we had moved all the living room furniture last night, Dad settled on the floor for his Bible time.
Anna and Jesse packed Dads shop.
Anna and Jesse packed Dad's shop.
 
Our new dining room!
Our new dining room!
 
Melanie is enthusiastically working to organize our kitchen. It is looking WONDERFUL!
Melanie is enthusiastically working to organize our kitchen. It is looking WONDERFUL!
 
There are many boxes to be unpacked, as you can even see through the window :-) .
There are many boxes to be unpacked, as you can even see through the window 🙂 .
 
Dishes to be packed!
Dishes to be packed!
Nathan has been a wonderful, wonderful help as we moved. Sometimes Abigail was riding in the backpack :-) .
Nathan has been a wonderful, wonderful help as we moved. Sometimes Abigail was riding in the backpack 🙂 .
 
Joseph was helping to get things down from the old houses attic, and it was too good of a picture to pass up.
Joseph was helping to get things down from the old house's attic, and it was too good of a picture to pass up.
John, hand-trucking cabinets...
John, hand-trucking cabinets...
Abigail definitely added a nice distraction to our time today :-) . You would often find people stopping to talk to her.
Abigail definitely added a nice distraction to our time today 🙂 . You would often find people stopping to talk to her.
Putting things away!
Putting things away!
 
Sarah was at the old house packing her closet, when Jesse came back for something. He ran for her camera :-) .
Sarah

 It’s been a good day of house-moving, and much of the house has been shifted over. We know there have been a few questions as to who has bought our old house, why did we need to move, how far is the new house from the old house, etc, so we’ll be posting answers to those later 🙂 .

“In all labour there is profit…” (Proverbs 14:23)

8 thoughts on “The Day in Pictures”

  1. Congratulations! It certainly will be a busy week for y’all. We will be praying for safety and good weather. The pics of the new house are wonderful..y’all did a great job on it. 🙂
    Blessings,
    Carl & Vania

  2. Have fun unpacking at least you have alot of helpers so it should be easier. I remember I move in and I have alot of stuffs (no helpers)…it took me couple of years to unpack my belongings.

    Thank you for taking alot of pictures and posting it here. I love the pictures/blogs.

    In few weeks your whole family will be settle. At least the big project is done (building the house…).

  3. Hi Sarah,
    When you get a chance can you also pass along what books or information your family used while building the home. We need to do some home improvements and would like to do them ourselves if possible.
    BTW, I can’t wait for the pictures.
    Mrs. S.

  4. I only recently found your site. I just had to say that the picture of Nathan with the baby on his back is too cute.

    You all seem like a wonderful family who is doing much good.

  5. Looks like a lot of hard work, but fun. Abigail is such a cute baby girl. 😀

    Thanks for sharing some picutres with us, I know you must be all up to your ears in boxes… 😀

    May the Lord abundantly bless your new home!

  6. this is an exciting time for you all. i remember your first posts about the house and marking off the lot, and now you move in. what a wonderful team you are. it’s been a joy to watch this through your words and pictures. blessings.

  7. CONGRATULATIONS!! All of your hard work is paying off~enjoy your new, beautiful home. Rejoicing with you and can fully understand the whole process since we built our home together as a family as well. I wanted to ask if you made your dining table. It looks to be around the size our family is needing. Write when you can.

    Aloha in Christ,
    Denise B.

    >>>>>>>>>>
    No we have had that table for twenty plus years. We bought it in Washington state. If you email me I will give you the name of a store in Ohio that sells great tables for large families.

    In Christ Jesus,

    Steve M.

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