Friday, May 28, 2010


Last night Moses, Aravis, Kyrie and I planted sweet corn in our garden and provided a nice feat for the mosquitoes. 
Today I read a story by Joel Belz ( in which he quotes Martin Luther:  "Even if I knew the world was going to end tomorrow, I would still plant my apple tree today."
When we think about our garden we're not overly hopeful of what it will produce, but we fell compelled to plant it none-the-less.  Compelled by hope that this year, with some fertilizer, with churning the ground differently, with a different planting method, will see improved results. 
Hope and Faith, the two tools of necessity for the garden shed. 

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