Fabulously Frugal provides step by step directions to store your lawn tools with a pallet. I have to be honest, in order to tell you why I am sharing this. I am a city girl, or rather I was a city girl. I grew up in New York and love the concrete jungle; when I knew that the Lord was calling me to small island, I was admittngly sad. Yes sad, for God’s plan. I knew all the doors were opening for me to come here, and so I was fine after a while. I was fine, that is, until I actually got here. I went into complete denial and depression. Here I am, two years later, and I am starting to accept the Lord’s will for my life. I really admire people who just go with the flow, because that is not me. I don’t like change and I wonder how the Lord tolerates me sometimes. Yet, he does.
I am beginning to see that I need to embrace the outdoors and embrace my new home. I look out into the yard and I know I want to contribute to it somehow. I think this lawn tool storage idea can be a start. My husband has his lawn tools just everywhere or leaning up against the back of the house, and I think it will bless him to have a place to put the lawn tools . It will help me, because order and neatness bring me joy. Don’t judge me; its the little things that help me adjust. Hope you guys enjoy this idea as much as I do.
Click here for step by step directions to store all your lawn tools in a pallet. You will love the neat and useful look when you are done.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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