Archive for June, 2013
Multitask is another word for my life. Just today, I will help capture chickens for execution, sell a great Pyrenees puppy, pick strawberries, pull weeds, make bean soup, finish four loads of laundry, answer e mails from yesterday, work on a message for Sunday, and be thankful for my country life.Â I have learned to— […]
I am celebrating today by baking a Strawberry and Rhubarb pie. We have this agreement. Bob picks and I bake. It is a beautiful thing.
Bob is smiling. Our strawberries have begun to ripen. He picked 12 of the huge, ripe, ones. I promised to bake a strawberryÂ short cake for supper.
Pastor Sam Dewald of World Healing International Church, came to visit the Milk and Honey Farm. It was so much fun hosting Pastor Sam Dewald and his family – beside being missionaries to the United States, they are great people of faith!Â He will be ministering at Calvary Worship Center in St. Louis Park on […]
Pyr Pups Multitask! One male and two female Pyr puppies born to Mocca and Boaz in March have begun training in “multitasking.”Â Â Â They are being socialized in the house and love to be petted by old and young alike. All three of the pupsÂ have mellow personalities and are learningÂ house manners. For their other […]
I want to wish my sons a very Happy Father’s Day. They are the best examples ofÂ good fathers that I know.Â Their children think so, and their wives know it to be true. Not only are they Godly examples to their own children, but they are mentors of other peoples kids as well. Be […]
Now this is fun! I pick our lunch shortly before noon. It includes Fours types of gourmet lettuce, Swiss chard, Red Kale, Green Kale, Collard greens, Japanese mustard, radishes, Green Onions, Garlic Chives, Oregano, Italian Parsley, Cilantro and Basil, for the base of the salad.Â These are the green things we eat every day. Organic […]
It is a perfect “garden day” —— gentleÂ breeze, sunshine, gloves on, boots pulled up, hat in place and off I go.Â CHARGE!!!!
Tonight, we moved the ram lambs to their summer pasture.Â Bob still can wrestle the rams. They weight about 80#. He loads them into the back of his van and off they go.Â Â Bob had some help from his friend, Jerry. It is a good thing to have friends that will help wrangle sheep. Smile!