It is the first week of December and we just had our first official hard frost here where we live in Washington state. What happens…
Simple faith is one of my greatest strengths. For me, the hard part has been developing a depth to my faith that enables me to believe that no matter what difficult winters I must go through, good will come of the trials.
Accept the unexpected
What can help us root out bitterness, despite all we have been through? As I contemplated this question in my own life, four prominent answers have become clear:
He loves me? He loves me not? Oh he loves me 36 tomato plants tells me, yes he loves me.
Weeds, weeds, weeds.! What's in my garden this week? Too many weeds. Find out how to banish every last one in this week's post.
We grow basil year round--you can too! I promise. It is so easy and it takes very little time.
Do you make plans in the winter for the next gardening season? Do you peruse seed catalogs in January, start your seedlings in February, and erect a few cloches in March to allow the garden beds to dry? Maybe I’m the only one that finds myself thinking about the garden tasks that need doing on my commute home from work. In a way, getting out into the garden to make progress on just one goal is something that drives me during the day as if I’m rewarding myself for working hard at my job all day.
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…