A Great Blessing For My Grandsons

As usual, many happenings within the Miller family.  Monte’s burial service and celebration of life service were both beautiful.  There were over 500 people at his service on Friday evening.  His church and family made sure he had a wonderful tribute.  Also last week, my daughter-in-law Lisa, lost her very beloved grandmother.  To say Lisa was close to her grandma would be an understatement.  So it is a sad time for her, but a little bit a good news for her, Kane and the boys.  In fact it is great news.

962Brantley and his new brother Matthias are getting a new home!  This is really an answer to my prayers.  Brantley is a very active boy.  Curious, creative, and too much energy to be contained in a small apartment without a yard.  But renting a house and moving is a very expensive undertaking.

Well LL’s cousin owns a house in the country about a mile from Kane’s Uncle Monte’s house and the St. Louis church and grange.  Any one that knows this area, knows it is beautiful and quiet and perfect to raise a family.  This used to be LL’s Uncle Clayton’s farm.  Linda, LL’s cousin has leased the farm land to a local farmer and rented the house along with 1 1/2 acres to a couple who recently moved out.  She offered it to Kane and Lisa.  She is making it very easy to afford and they can basically do what ever they want to the house and to the acre and a half.  Boy, I have had answers to prayers in the past, but this is one of the most spectacular. First things on the list is for LL and Kane to put up a fence in the back yard.  Beyond that, they can do house improvements, put in a garden, get chickens, etc. while living there and take their time.  I am beyond happy for them.  Especially those two little guys.  I can see them playing out side for many years to come.  Thank you God!

The house is on a long gravel road with little traffic. Kane has the use of the shop, riding lawn mower, and tractor.

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Posted on February 24, 2014, in Brantley, Faith, Family, Kane, Matthias. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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