Yes. He did. I only protested once and then conceded because when a person's led to do something unbelievably kind you just let em. "It's more blessed to give than recieve" is solid truth and we all have moments when we're the giver and then when we're the receiver. Enjoy both with an easy conscience.
I didn't feel bad or poor or unworthy. I just felt blessed. God showed me a kindness and I sure did thank Him for it :) ................. Now here's some completely out of context pictures of what I got off Hennekee.
In the box, unopened pyrex.
A Sears functioning blender. This motor could power my dad's lawn mower! They just don't make quality stuff like this anymore.
This clock is so beautiful. Should I paint the wood another color? I always debate on compromising original woodwork but I prefer bright colors over wood.....
Awww, Mr and Mrs. Hennekee's flight bags :) I like havin pieces of their history to keep.
Lovely lady <3
I have memories of these two from when I was little. I'm sure they were some other kid's but I do remember playin with em :)
Ava's been lovin on this barn so much this week. It's satisfying to see these old toys have new life :)
I just love the little details inside!
This was hidden out of sight in a corner between a hole pile of boxes. It's a good thing I'm so tenacious or I'd have missed this! Sure glad those antique store ladies who came earlier overlooked it. Just another case of somethin bein meant for me ;)