Today I am thankful for the amazing amount of rain that we have gotten in the last week or so. I have heard that we are officially out of “drought conditions” here in my neck of the woods. Everything looks green and lush and the air even smells better. We still need more to refill the farm stock ponds and the lakes, but we are on our way. Thank you Father, for the miracle of rain! Cleansing, refreshing, restoring rain!
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I know, I know, it’s Friday all ready. I had some technical difficulties yesterday, so this didn’t get posted. But it’s here now! Yeah!
Today I am thankful for my parents. I have had the great privilege of having lunch with my parents every Tuesday for the past several years. After lunch Dad goes home and Mom and I spend the rest of the day running errands and shopping. I am so very fortunate to live in the same town with them. Our lunches have deepened our friendship and my appreciation for their wit and wisdom. We have a lot of fun together and these times are very precious to me. Occasionally one of my kids or another family member will join us when they are in town. But as much as I love them, I have to confess that I truly treasure most those days when it’s just the three of us.
The older I get the more I understand what life is really about. Life is about relationships. Real, heart-to-heart relationships. And as it is with so many other things, quantity is no match for quality. I have determined to be more deliberate with the relationships in my life. They are gifts from Father to be nurtured and cherished and celebrated.
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Oh what a glorious day it was yesterday! Sunny and warm with just a bit of a breeze. What an amazing gift! Even though it’s a few weeks early to be planting, I just couldn’t resist. It’s supposed to stay pretty mild until spring anyway. Or so say they who know.
I always end up with more seeds than I have room to plant, but I got most of them in the ground. I planted my lettuce mix and green onions and spinach. I also got my snowpeas, green beans, and sugar snap peas in along the fence. I also got some herbs going in pots in the house. Then I just sat and soaked up some sunshine. My, but it felt good. Course, now I’ll be checking every day until I see the first green shoots poking up out of the ground. I love watching things grow. And I love harvesting veggies. Not too crazy about the weeding part, I’ll have to admit. But home grown veggies are worth it! I’ll be sure to let you all know when stuff starts coming up. 🙂
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