Monday, April 18, 2011

His Endless Gifts....

It has been a busy week... school, a birthday, a Civil War Ball, time with friends and lots of time in the garden.  It's been hard to squeeze gardening in between the rainy days.  Seems as soon as the soil is dry enough to work, it rains again. I've also been busy in the greenhouse - I think we have almost all of our seeds planted that need to get in the ground soon.  Now, it is time to plan for our fall crops and when they need to get planted.  

We are so thankful for this season, for what we've accomplished so far and for the vision He has given us for our gardens this year... and so we continue to count....

#688 - #714

snow peas beginning to climb the trellis

wheat planted

oats planted

lettuce growing like crazy

tomatoes peeking up through the soil

passing my test!

gifted books - enough to read for years!

projects completed

garden plans

strawberry blossoms

raspberries climbing the trellis

apple trees in bloom

exploring our Jewish roots

our walk behind tractor


moonlight through lace

blueberry bushes growing

seder dinners

focus groups 

new fruit trees that survived the winter

peach blossoms that survived the frost...we think!

learning new ways to garden

ambitious plans for canning this year

stars filling a velvet sky

sleeping with the windows open

greenhouse filling up

working together as a family

We are learning to see His gfits as a continual love note that reminds us that He is always here.  He is faithful and He loves us passionately!  Will you worship Him with gratitude by counting His gifts with me?  You will discover that He is your source.  He is your healer.  He is your provider.

He never fails...

He never forsakes...

He leaves me breathless....


  1. Beautiful!!!

    I have some free Easter / "He Is Risen" blog buttons if you would like one to display on your blog during Holy Week! They are on my blog and free to anyone who would like one. :-)

    Celebrating His resurrection,

  2. Just so wonderful to be here again this week. Your farm and garden sounds so inviting. I'm picking green beans this week here in Florida, so we are a little ahead of you. My favorite? Working together as a family! Nothing in the world could be better than that!


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