When we bought Six Little Acres, it came with not only the exceptionally funky and desperately gross doublewide, but as an added treat, we got this. This is a propane tank. We had one before when we lived in this area way, way back when we were making somewhat futile attempts to raise our two kids. They did actually grow up and are now making somewhat futile attempts at raising THEIR kids. Ninja Man and I almost never giggle about that. Almost.
No offense to the many (?) tank lovers out there, but I never liked it. I thought they were ugly then and I think they are ugly now.
We have discussed this tank numerous times. We thought we would paint it, only because we couldn’t find anyone to take it off our hands. We even had it moved so I wouldn’t have to look at it, but now it’s in clear view of the fabulous fire pit, and a wee bit close to Ninja Man’s private shooting range.
That will not do, y’all.
In a desperate attempt to get it moved AGAIN, I left it up to Ninja Man to call the ugly tank moving guy.
Why didn’t I do this before?
Because being a control freak is in my blood. I’m not saying it always works out, just that it is simply a fun fact.
Anyway, here’s the good news: the tank is getting a new home! The guy who came to look at it said his church needs a bigger tank than what they have, and if we are willing….
“WILLING?” Ohhh, Mr. Ugly Tank Moving Man, we are so very willing.
It’s a match made in Heaven. This tank will help a congregation and we are thankful to bless that congregation with it.
When we first began with Six Little Acres, we asked God to help us glorify Him. As we continue life here we continue to pray over this place. We prayed for many things including that we could bless others here. It’s an exciting moment to know that we are able to serve God in this way.
There it goes! It’s a good day.
Speaking of good days, we did get some good news last week that was encouraging for grandLittle Wren. Her current protocol seems to be working, yet it is still a blessed, but long road ahead. Please continue your prayers for her. Connect with her story on Facebook at Hope for Wren.
Thanks for stopping by and God bless!