This Old Barn’s for You! Old Barn Photograph Printable

I realized last week, that I had taken very few outdoor photographs, and knowing nice weather won’t last forever, I decided to head outdoors and get some shots at pretty places nearby.  Just down the gravel road from my house, sits an old barn.  I used it as a backdrop in my son’s senior photos.

Sonday – {The Tree of Life}

Blessings, Angie

Sonday – {The Royal Telephone}

{CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL SIZE PRINTABLE} I hope you’ll take a moment to link up your blog (if you have one), then leave a comment to share what you read in the Scriptures this week, along with your thoughts about it. Please only link your blog if you comment about your Bible reading. I look forward to being encouraged by you. Blessings, Angie You Can Often Find Me at These Parties: Knick of Time Tuesday **More the Merrier Monday**Craft {Read More}

Apothecary Bottles Bible Verse Photograph & Antique Hymn Page Printable

 These beautiful antique apothecary bottles reminded me of the verse from Proverbs 17 that talks about a joyful heart being “good medicine”, so I’ve turned it into a free printable for you. Click HERE to print the version that doesn’t have my watermark on it, but please only share this watermarked version on social media.  Thank you! Hope you enjoy this old hymn.  I’m unfamiliar with it, but would love to hear it played on the piano. Here’s the same {Read More}

It Is Well With My Soul – Farmhouse Photography and Hymn Printable

I know so many of you love the timeless old hymn, “It Is Well With My Soul” as much as I do, so I have several free printables to share with you. The first is a photo I took of an ironstone pitcher sitting on a well-used ladder.  I added the words to the hymn title on the image. It Is Well With My Soul It is available as a free printable. Here’s another version, with a smaller ironstone pitcher. {Read More}

Sonday {To Everything There is a Season}

To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven: A time to be born,     And a time to die; A time to plant,     And a time to pluck what is planted; A time to kill,     And a time to heal; A time to break down,     And a time to build up; A time to weep,     And a time to laugh; A time to mourn,     And a time to dance; A time to cast away stones,     And a time to gather {Read More}