Gardens and Prayers

It has been an eventful couple of weeks, which is why there wasn’t much in the way of blogging. Last week, we had company and I find that when we have company, normal routines take a back seat. Now, however, it’s back to the normal routines of spring.

Yard clean up and gardening has been the main activity around here. The Walla Walla onions are planted and thriving; the garlic is quite high now and the  lettuce and basil are starting to grow in the back door garden. As well, in the front flower bed, the tulips are finishing and the white irises are in full bloom!

garden 120513John has some cherry tomato,  jalapeno pepper, and cantaloupe seeds in starter pots and had beans and carrots planted. Yes, gardening season is in full swing around here and I must say that it feels good to see things growing and thriving. The past couple of weeks it’s been absolutely gorgeous, hot and sunny with temperatures hovering around 30ºC (mid 80’s F) so you can well imagine why the garden has been doing so well.

However, it’s cooling down today, with the threat of rain. That’s ok, with all the sunshine we’ve been having, we need some rain, too.

It isn’t often that I post about family matters on my blog but this week I’m going to. If you pray, I would ask you to pray for my nephew. He is a public health nurse in Los Angeles, is married, has 5 children under the age of 10. He was recently diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and is currently undergoing chemotherapy there. He seems to be responding well to the treatment but he and his family can use all the prayer support he can get.

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6 thoughts on “Gardens and Prayers

  1. We have had company as well. It is always lots of fun, but I find the next week is spent playing “catch up.” I’m so sorry to hear about your nephew. Medicine has come a long way, and the treatments for leukemia are quite promising. This must be a rough time for all of you.

    • Thanks Kristie… my nephew is responding well to the treatment, thank God!

  2. Dear Lord, please Bless Geoff !

  3. nicolaknits

    Sending love and light to Geoff. I hope he makes it through the treatment okay for the sake of his family. Love, Nicola

  4. Thank you, Nicola. It is certainly appreciated.

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