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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

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Aunt Bet

Thanks for the update, Hannah! Looking good so far.

Chris

Looks Beautiful! Keep up the good work, I'm sure the rabbits will be happy as your garden looks soooo enticing! ;)

lisa

Wow! I'm surprised to see so many different things coming up already. Even though I'm a country girl, I'm rather new to all this gardening stuff and I never know when to do what. lol Good job. Your place looks so peaceful!

Tammy

Your garden is neat.We live in the suburbs where there would be no room for a garden that plentiful.Thanks for putting Bible verses along with the post-adds a nice touch.Enjoy!!!

Dorothy

Hannah, that garden looks wonderful! You will soooo enjoy eating all that fresh produce! Wish I could hire you to come get me started! Today I planted flowers and gardenia bushes in my yard...nothing to eat, but lots to smell. Keep those pictures coming!

Sherrin

Thanks for posting this! I love the scriptures you used. I didn't realise you were such a gardener! It is great that you are developing such a helpful skill. It is wonderful to see things grow.

hannah

Aunt Bet, wish you could be here to help eat the peas! ;) I'll look forward to seeing what all you have growing in your yard when we're there.

Mrs. O, you bet the rabbits are wishing they could get inside the fence to have a meal. Mom is worried that they (and the deer) will find the new garden area which isn't fenced at this point. We'll see!

Lisa, this is the first year really that I've gotten started this early in the season, although some things I probably could have planted even earlier since we have raised beds. I, too am slowly learning about what each crop takes, and we try to plant something new each year.

Mrs. C, I'm glad we have the space for a garden now that we've moved to this location. It's our first real one, although Mom has always had a green thumb wherever we've lived. :)

Mrs. H, gardenia bushes sound nice! We've never had those. I"m sure your yard looks pretty.

Sherrin, glad you enjoyed this post. The verse in Acts was part of a recent devotional written by Henry Morris and when I read it, I thought it would be perfect to include in the post I was planning to write. I've enjoyed learning to garden and am happy to help out the family with it.

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