Today at church we went through what I will call an exercise in casting out sinful behaviors to make room for a better relationship with Christ. I can't really explain it very well, but I'm not here to talk about that; I wanted to talk about what came out of it. As we renounced our sinful behaviors and allowed the Holy Spirit to work within us, I was feeling somewhat stuck...
We got more front porches to look at this week! I am just so jealous of these front porches, that I may just consider hiring somebody like Oak porches UK to come out to fix up mine or install a new one (ha! I wish…)! They look great, which is why I’m so tempted, but my bank account would physically scream at me if I did, haha! So, this week, I’m featuring two front porches. The first is from Laura’s Little Party. Laura took her plain front porch and really transformed it into a homey atmosphere! You can check out the full transformation here.
These front porches are great, but there’s still one thing missing for a traditional front porch. A swing! I agree, they don’t have much room, so I’ll let them off. I’ll try and create a post soon about different swing styles, helping you to decide on your favourite porch swing material if you’re thinking of buying or creating you own. Every porch needs one!
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