Penny Palace

Penny Palace

Friday, November 9, 2018


WOW!  It’s been six months since the last posting.  Time sure flies!

Some of you are on the Penny Tales List as well as this Tales from the Penny Palace Post.  You saw the land when it was bare (except for the weeds).  You saw the house day by day as it was being constructed.  You saw the move in and the House Blessing (May 2012), then the Open House Celebrations (Oct 2012).

Bare Land

Ground Breaking - Valentine's Day 2011

Flooring and Drain Lines

Rev. Roger Blessing the House

It has now been 6.5 years that Doc, doggies and I have been living in the Penny Palace.  During that time, the COINcidence stories have touched many, many people.  The Penny Palace has hosted visitors from around the world.  Each of them has left their “imprint” on the energy field of the home.

In just this past week, the PP has hosted four different tours! Guests ranged in ages from 2-80+, came from numerous countries, were of various ethnicities, and represented very diverse occupations.


Right now the Penny Palace is the most beautiful it has ever been.  Sure wish you could be here and see if for yourself.  There are Fall decorations at the mailbox, driveway and leading to the front door.  Once inside, there are garlands trailing on the spiral staircase and upstairs railing.  Autumn decor peeks from every corner and complements the color scheme of the house.  The fireplace is inviting (despite the 80 degree temperatures last week). The Thankfulness Tree stands tall to remind us of all the things for which we should be grateful. 

This is truly a very special place.  THANK YOU for your part in it. 

Here are a few photos to help you feel as though you are here...


Meander Up to the Front Door
Go Ahead and Knock

So Happy to See You.  Happy Tales!

Looking North

Looking West

Get Cozy by the Fire and the Thankfulness Tree

Hope You Enjoyed Your Visit

Note:  To the active Penny Finders out there, this is Day #484 of consecutive Coin Finding.  Getting close to that 500 mark again! 


Anonymous said...

Nice pix but where are the pix of the dungeon? I'd like to see what kinda tree is in there. Wink wink.

Unknown said...

God is faithful. He likes to use the smallest things to do the biggest things.

Unknown said...

Thank you for including me!!! Those are wonderful pictures and a wonderful story
Thanks again
God is Good, God is Great!!