Old Stone Well Farm

Blessed to be A Blessing

One week into a new year and that means two feast days on the church calendar — Epiphany and the Baptism of Our Lord. At my 18th-century Vermont home, though, I am embracing two new traditions as I focus on how to better be a blessing to others in 2023.

Join me as I chalk the doors and toast my old apple tree as I wassail in the orchard!

What would your life look like this year once you realize that you are blessed to be a blessing? Let me know! Share, comment…and pass the video below others. Old Stone Well Farm YouTube channel is growing and I can’t wait to see where God will take us all this year!

Blessings.

2 thoughts on “Old Stone Well Farm

  1. I read this somewhere, not sure where.
    A Blessing can’t be kept. If it stops with you then the blessing disappears. The blessing will only keep working if it is passed around.
    If you are the recipient of a Blessing, keep the blessing working by being the source of blessing to other people.

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