Our garden is such a blessing. It's producing much better than I thought a first year garden would. I planted much more than we needed, thinking that I would be selling at a farmer's market, but it hasn't happened yet. I put in my application at the nearest one, but they said that they really didn't want me or my produce. Oh well. Now I have vegetables to share with everyone. Neighbors, parents, I even bring a cooler full to church. I froze snow peas today and we've been using the broccoli as it's been getting done. When I go to the grocery store, I don't have to buy vegies or much for fruits because my family is satisfied with fresh peas. They eat them all day long. God is so good. I'm still not sure what to do with the abundance. I may try a farmer's market 50 miles from here, but to tell you the truth, I'm a bit leary because of my experience with that last farmer's market. I'm not sure where God is leading.
Also, the blueberries and the rasberries are getting done. We have a bunch back in the woods to the east of the house. I love to put up blueberry sauce. We have it on pancakes, yogurt , ice cream and in smoothies all winter long. I don't put up blueberry jam anymore. Everyone likes the sauce more.
This has been a fine day. How does the song go?..This good day, it is a gift from You. The world is turning in it's place because You made it to. I will sing, sing a song of praise for this good day.
From Glory Farm