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"The end of a season"

Updated: Feb 10, 2022

The fact about reflecting on a year always makes me realize how many amazing things have actually happened. Sometimes in life or maybe most times as we are going through a part of the year/a season of work, we don't actually realize how much we have until we have something to compare it to. It is the attitude of gratitude, for what our God has allowed us to accomplish. The fact about looking back on the year shows us what we didn't know before.

I plan to write a series of posts on the things I have worked through on the farm and the challenges we had to overcome.

I feel like when I started out I made some pretty harsh statements about what I would do and what I wouldn't do. Like "well I'll never use ground cover", and "I'll never put a fence around my flowers" and here I am doing both. So yeah, don't say things like that if you don't know the future of how things will go or turn out. As it says in James 4:14 "whereas you do not know what will happen tomorrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away. "How true this is.

On the farm as we land now in January we are about to have our worst freeze yet. The garden is torn apart, to be refreshed with nutrients and a rest from being used.

This break will prepare us I hope for an amazing couple of seasons coming up.

So I can't wait to share the progress and beautiful things that will be growing soon.

So for now!!

Keep sowing joy and growing beauty.


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