I hope I am not totally obnoxious with these posts but I end up positively giddy with each new gift of the harvest. This watermelon grew in our garden. Tastes like heaven (and why, yes, that’s okra, banana peppers, eggplant and zucchini)!!!
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I have so enjoyed your last few posts; from feeling w/o focus as you “semi-retire” or follow a different a path to the Fort Yolk (great name!) to the lovely pictures of your church getting ready for the Bishop. How warm and enveloping is your beautiful space; coming from the “cathedral” of FT. L to this must be a breath of fresh air and a sigh of relief. The “hominess”I read in your posts makes me yearn for simpler times, simpler places. The bounty of your garden, in just this one season, has me a bit green in the envy dept.; our black raspberries are just coming out and corn and blueberries not until August.
This space in your life between one job, searching for another, might well be a wonderful intermission; a time to think, to pray, to garden, to enjoy, to rest. You will be led to your path; it’s difficult to let go and LET GOD! xo