Will the Tornadoes Smash my Tomatoes?

Our cute little garden out back with the tipi style trellis. :)Not so far! Abby and I have enjoyed putting in a garden this spring! I am so grateful for brother David starting the tomato plants for me. They survived the car ride, transplanting, local animals, my pruning, and now we will see if they survive the storms. Thanks for IMAG0634all your tips Michael and David!

The school project is going well. Our Lord does all things well and His timing is perfect. I am so grateful for the staff here being willing to attend school board meetings with me and become familiar with a few of our closest districts.

Thursday night I was shocked to see Chad, Alissa, Katherine, Kaylee and Emily Christiansen show up on Robert and Kendalyn’s doorstep while I was babysitting Sauntina! I couldn’t believe it!!!! It was so good to get to see them again and I was very glad they were able to stay for the weekend.

IMAG0607IMAG0604IMAG0622I enjoyed getting to know some of the 60 young ladies that came in for a Journey to the Heart Saturday! Keep them in your prayers as they are up in the Northwoods. (I hear the mosquitoes are terrible there right now!) Pray they would seek Him and find Him as they search for Him with all of their heart!

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3 Comments

  1. Donald S. June 12, 2013 at 9:29 pm #

    What a refreshing report! The Lord be with you and all under your care through the storm. We have the hosta plants covered!

  2. Michael June 13, 2013 at 8:50 am #

    Glad to hear the tomato plants have survived so far. We’re clipping them to the strings here, and each plant has its three primary stems established. From now on we will be removing all suckers and branches.

  3. Lisa H. June 14, 2013 at 5:23 pm #

    Thanks for saying something about the Journey!! I am going on the July Journey and will now remember bug spray!!! 🙂

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