Today – April 2012

Two of my sweet friends just recently lost their father, Janet and Shirley and their cousin Vera lost an Uncle.

Missing my Dad the way I do, I can definitely sympathsize with them and all of those who loved him.

Love and prayers for you my friends!

This afternoon I have a job interview. This is a local, very reputable company with high standards. The application asks for very personal information and they do a thorough investigation of you and your family’s background.

Quite a lot of companies require that you do an assessment before they will consider your application. The assessment for this company was quite intensive and probably the hardest I have completed to date. It took atleast 2 hours for me to complete.

For me to get this far in the hiring process means that I have passed all of the above requirements.

Wish me luck! And if you are the praying kind, like me, please put in a prayer for me today.

My family has endured a long hard road to help me get to this day.

I not only want this job, but even more importantly, I need this job.

I am hoping that this will be our pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!

Happy Tuesday!



2012 Farm Photo 6

A couple of weeks ago I was driving home when a rainbow came into view. I hurried home, jumped out of the truck and headed inside to get “the rabbit” and I noticed it was starting to fade. As I ran through the house I was pleading for it not to fade away before I could get pictures.

When I made it back outside with “the rabbit” it had returned just as vivid as before and stayed until I could capture it’s beauty for eternity.


If you’ve been visiting Twisted Fencepost for long then you know that I JUST LOVE RAINBOWS!!!

Happy Friday!

TFP 🙂 

Wheedle Word 14

Last week’s  Wheedle Word was…..


I have always loved rainbows. As I’m sure we ALL stop and stare in awe of the beautiful colors.

But a rainbow has always been God’s way of telling me “everything will be okay”.

Seems that at some of my worst moments I would see a rainbow and know not to worry anymore. Not that it took my worries away, but it gave me the reassurance I needed to face the challenges in my path.

For those of you who have been following this blog from the beginning you have probably read The Rainbow story.

And for those of you who haven’t, please do. It will tell you just exactly how much a rainbow means to me. Just click on the link above.

Now for this week’s Wheedle Word.

Let’s go with a Christmas theme for the month of December.

We’ll start with….


I have a feeling we’ll all be on the same wave length with that one.

But who knows, someone could be thinking something a little differently.

For those of you who are curious about the Wheedle Word…………….click here!