Category Archives: Gardening

Mixed Blessings

Even while I might resent having to mow the grass every three or four days, I am grateful for fresh tomatoes, sweet corn and hot, homegrown peppers.. Continue reading

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Home Grown Goodness

If the memories of homegrown tomatoes, fresh sweet corn, heart-raw prayer and wonderful worship have faded, it’s probably time for fresh experience. Continue reading

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Easy Alternatives

Sometimes we put up with what we have because it seems like too much work to change it. I might convince myself I’m being “tolerant” when really I’m just being lazy… Continue reading

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Hard Rain and Bad Timing

Sometimes, it just doesn’t matter how much effort we put into a thing. Bad timing and hard rain can wash away even our best efforts. Ain’t no reason to give up, though! Continue reading

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Life, Labor and Little Green Tomatoes

When it seems like things are pretty tough and we’re not making any progress, we should remember that even something as simple as tomatoes take some time… Continue reading

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Watering the Thin Spots

Sometimes, even what seems obvious is not what it obviously seems… empathy often requires a closer look at things. Continue reading

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A Regrettable War

Being outwitted by a vastly inferior opponent can lead us to choose actions we previously rejected. Apparently, moles bring out the worst in me… Continue reading

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