Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Wonderful Wednesday

It has been a wonderful week, many things going on, we had a great service Sunday, and then Monday I went and had a routine blood drawn, I am on some medications that need to have tests every 3 months.
It has been all good for years, and gets to be bothersome at times, being I have to be fasting.

I have been getting a study together for our Mother's Day Banquet, they have asked me to speak, and I am very nervous, but then I always am, being in the lime light is not for me, I like doing behind the scenes, I guess from being a Pastor's wife for so many years, I always was behind him, and in most cases, except for a few exceptions, I do teach the teen girls at church ,and used to teach our ladies SS class when husband was pastor.   So keep me in your prayers, I thought I had the lesson the lord wanted then he scrambled it all and I knew it was not what he wanted me to teach on. So started again, on being beautiful for Thee. I pray that is it and as I study more things come to mind.

My middle daughter gave me this rose plant about 7 years ago for a Mother's day gift, I love smell of this gorgeous red rose, and now I have several all over our yard, this one usually gives a few blossoms a year but always gorgeous in the process. 

Our weather here is very warm and going into the 90's later on this week, our garden is doing great, and we are picking green beans and potatoes, he got an early start, and soon my Cauliflower will be ready for picking too. Here are a couple photos of our garden, both front and back, we have two small ones instead of one large one, easier to plant and keep up. 
Back Yard garden, bell peppers, sweet potatoes, tomatoes,
green beans, strawberry's, and peanuts.

Front Yard, squash, cukes, corn, potatoes, carrots, onions
Cauliflower, green beans.

So that is our wonderful garden and if it does well we will have
lots of veggies this year to put in our freezer. So hope you
have a wonderful Wednesday, and God bless each of you. 


Marsha @Spots and Wrinkles said...

God surely blesses gardeners,since he first placed Adam and Eve in a garden and told them to "tend it".

We still enjoy tending a garden, don't we?
Blessings to you - Marsha

Phyllis Blickensderfer said...

Congratulations on a beautiful garden -- and your faithfulness in fasting for the blood tests. We do know how that goes! And, we give thanks for the medical knowledge our doctors have achieved. We pray we use that knowledge wisely.

Aliene said...

Your garden looks so good, Like you, ours looks good, I just hop we get
a good production.

The Lord will help you on your devotion for Mother's Day.

Your rose still looks good.
Have a blessed week and remember I love you and think of you often.

Dee said...

Here in Michigan we do not plant a garden till after the middle of May!
When your at the Mothers Day Banquet I am sure the lady's will look past you and see Jesus in you as you speak. :)