On one of my walks I found a lovely little cherry tree. The fruit is so shiny and red! Who doesn't love cherries?
We had a tea party a while back. Tea parties are guaranteed fun.
After the tea party, Granny was tired.
My friend Ronda and I kind of lost our way on our walk last week, but we eventually found it again. Isn't this a pretty house/out building?
Along our new walk we came upon this lovely art surprise.
Our garden is getting a little wild (a lot wild) and I must take the shovel and clear a bit. The dominate girl? Yes, the sunflower. She's spread herself out everywhere.
Here's the first cucumber. Jeff will make pickles if the plants produce well. So far, they are just getting started. I ate this cucumber. It tasted like summer.
Bill and I are going to Sam's Club this morning to buy tri tips for dinner (Jenny's family is coming). Other than that (and a little bookkeeping for Bill's ministry) I can do what I want to.
It's nice to be a recipient of summer, a vessel for the filling of God's gracious spirit-filled love, and human with the capacity to feel content and to experience huge surges of affection for those He brings my way.
Nobody can take that away. Yay!