Friday, March 5, 2010

Of Gardens and our Week

Goodevening, dear readerlings,

How are all of you? I pray you are warm and well!

Oh. My goodness. Praise the Lord.
This week has been....incredible. The Lord is gracious and helps us through weeks like the past one! 'Tis been a trial and tribulation week, but with God's help, we made it and are recovering! :D I know they are not big trials, and we have so, so many blessings. It makes for a tough week, though, when all those small problems snowball on you. :) But He is always faithful, and gives us grace for whatever He allows to come out way.Ginger ale, bananas, broth and tea can mean only one thing in our house, dearies. Observe the sickie's bedside table, with some of the unmistakable marks of the means with which we endeavored to stem an epidemic that swept over the occupants of Calathora. :)
Oh, but here's the garden, at last! I'm afraid they are a little outdated, but the Garden Mascot/Tour Guide that I grabbed looks so handsome I thought I'd throw them up anyway. :)Here he is, explaining that the broccoli is pretty much gone.Things to transplant, I believe...
Thought it was neat how closely the flowers and my sweater matched. :)
Such lush deliciousness!
A rather angled view of the garden from the top deck...that almost gets it all, though.Johnny ManSome of the rows...I love peas!Little BrotherUpstairs, Dee Dear works on the landscaping plans..."What do you think of these, dear?"Mama Love......Edwin and Paul......and Sweet Meef work on some deep cleaning...And here am I...
...saying, goodbye!


Mrs.Rabe said...

Sorry you have all been you are on the mend.

The Campana Family said...

Garden looks great.
Hey John you look sharp

The Campana Family said...

Hey the garden looks great.
John looking good.
Miss y'all

Homeschoolmummyx3 said...

I hope everyone feels better soon.

Your family's garden looks so inviting. Our garden space here in western PA is still covered with snow.