"The Church Chronicles"
Join me as I renovate an early 19th century country church and make it my home.
Smile... so true! Have a golden weekend! xo
Mary, so true about wishes....your church home looks wonderful in that snow... enjoy it!!!Congrats for the babay steps you are doing, every little step is transforming your home in something awesome!!!!!Muchos cariños,Maria Cecilia
Mary, I am finally back up and running.Thanks for the email and kind words. I will email you this weekend.Have a lovely day:)xxcallie
Just came here for the first time by way of Leeann at FF. Glad I did, I'm having fun taking a look around. I love the idea of living in a former church space. Just about 2 weeks ago I found a church on the market the next town over from us and I made my husband take a look at the pictures to see what he thought. He loved the idea of it too, but took one look at the towering steeple and said "I don't think so"...it was in bad shape. But now I will just check out your progress over here! Congrats on your blog award from Leeann. -Lili
I have always thought of doing that.Way to old now. You will be sosafe living there. Blessed. That is some undertaking. Looks great.yvonne
Thinking of you Mary and all that snow....Have a happy weekend. xv
Checking in Mary to see how you are doing and to thank you so much for your sweet comment about our Kelly. Many hugs my friend. xo
Are you still under all that snow in your beautiful church of a home.We all need a church of a home!
Hi Mary, Love your blog. What an improvement. Love the hanging gords. Would like to have you stop by the store at your earliest. I will try to stop by to see the church soon. Im looking for some help in the store. Call me or drop by.
This is a huge project - your interest in St. Marys keeps me energized and I love hearing from you