Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Choice

The Choice by Max Lucado He placed one scoop of clay upon another until a form lay lifeless on the ground. All of the Garden’s inhabitants paused to witness the event. Hawks hovered. Giraffes stretched. Trees bowed. Butterflies paused on … Continue reading

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Spring has sprung …. boing! Winter’s brief return.

First day of spring and a cold front came in. We had temps in the lower 30’s and snow by 4:00 pm, with a tad of sleet mixed in for good measure.¬† We had batten down all the cold frames … Continue reading

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Marching forward, hoping for Spring!

The weather¬† seemed to have tempered some, at least no further arctic cold fronts have blasted through. This is enough to give me hope Spring is here to (maybe) stay. ‘Course, Easter is in April so there’s always a chance … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

I lost it again. John went to hunt it down for me and I said don’t bother. I’ll pour another cup and I’ll come across the lost one later. John was concerned about the lost cup of coffee going to … Continue reading

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