the hay bale garden marches on. we've got blossoms becoming real live veggies.
we've got survival after a vicious hailstorm that damaged an incredible amount of homes and vehicles here. i've never seen so many blue tarps on roofs or plastic on sunroofs and rear windshields in all my life. the number of hail battered cars is astounding and the insurance adjuststers and roofing/home maintenance companies are beyond busy. so the fact that we still have a garden is noteworthy!
as i grow my garden, i'm being reminded about what it looks like to be deeply rooted and i'm further encouraged to be in the Word continually. without water, my garden will wilt and die. refreshing myself daily with the Living Water is key. i'm thankful for the reminders my garden gives to me!
we even have some tomato plants showing up from the tomatoes left on the ground at the end of last year's season. i have one robust plant and two more that just showed up on the scene. we could be in for alot of tomatoes… but that's okay. last year's harvest was pretty pathetic!
we're growing. becoming deeply rooted. drinking up the water. striving to bear much fruit.