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    "And Jesus called a little child unto him, and set him in the midst of them, And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. Whosoever therefore shall humble himself as this little child, the same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whoso shall receive one such little child in my name receiveth me."

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Thursday, April 16, 2009


Laura Wright

Oh Hannah,
The picture of your vegetable garden gate, with the mountains in the back ground is just beautiful. I actually got a lump in my throat when I saw it! What a blessed place to live.
God Bless,


I can't imagine the thrill of looking out your window every day and seeing those scenic mountains. What an incredible view from your place. We started our garden early this year because the nursery I ordered from sent our tomato plants way too early. We went ahead and planted them and then got a freeze. We covered them up, and they barely survived. I'm not sure how they will do. The new blueberry bushes didn't seem to fare too well either. Next year I'll order from somewhere else. Hope your garden is plentiful.


Nick Jesch

Full on spring already? Had a reasonably warm and sunny day yesterday, but this past two weeks have been largely cold, overcast, some rain.... the grass is growing like crazy, but its been mostly too wet to get out to mow it. The soil is still heavy, wet, and cold, the tractor just makes deep ruts... far too early to even till. Oh well, I suppose I shouldn't complain. I've not had to keep a fire continually these past two weeks, and a good thing.. I'm down to the last five sections of log... about a fifth of a cord. Its been a COLD long winter here. And I thought I had enough wood for a season and a half!! The daffodils and cottontail rabbits are out in force, though (well, the ones the coyotes haven't caught yet....) and great fun to watch. There have been a pair of ruby-throated hummingbirds roaring about, tll, and the catbirds are well into their nesting season. I suppose it will eventually come round to warmer, drier, weather so the yard can get the help it wants. Glad to see your place is coming well along. Should be loads of tasty things from that garden... oh, and the beautiful as well.

Sherrin Drew

It is so lovely to see what you are doing in your garden! Thanks for sharing.

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