We grow basil year round--you can too! I promise. It is so easy and it takes very little time.
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We must stop stunting our growth by stamping down the fine, fluffy soil within us—we must remember that we are created by a perfect God!
February Happenings: February weather started with snow and has ending with snow. What about your weather? Our garden has been covered in snow during much…
It became nearly impossible to eat anything other than soft, bland foods or liquids for a number of weeks. To make things worse, the chemotherapy treatments caused most everything to taste and smell bad. There were few foods that I could eat without great difficulty. One of those foods was sweet, bottled, peaches--either plain, with cream, or made into peach smoothies. I had only canned twelve bottles of peaches the summer before, and when I reached that last bottle I felt distress as I still had weeks of treatment to complete.
Before my husband begins to post in this section, let me first show him to you through my eyes via the following story. Then I’ll…
In life, difficulty, pain and disappointment do hurt, but they also give experience, perspective and perhaps most importantly, a profound gratitude for the gift of living. We can’t be afraid of life's dirt getting on us, or our children. Be willing to take your gloves off and embrace life’s dirt. Choose faith in His plan for you, over the fear and despair we face through our trials.
As I planned this website, I envisioned it to be a place that would help others, and a place where anyone could share a similar story. I thought a lot about the name, and came to feel certain that “What can He grow?” was the right name. I added the ABC’s for fun and as a challenge to encourage my writing with a topic for each of the 26 letters.