I got these pictures of Kayla when she was ten months along. These are the last pictures I have of her before Emma came, a couple days later.
Kayla was helping me plow up this garden. I did most of the plowing, but she was out there with me helping where she could.
On the best of days, this is what farming looks like to me.
What a blessing! Kim
Thank you so much! I hope you are enjoying this beautiful day! Justin
Beautiful, your wife is glowing! Its been a rough couple days but this post has brought tears to my eyes this morning.. thanks for sharing..
Thank YOU so much for all that you share, that always lifts my day. I am wishing you the very best today! Justin
I am still raking . . . I paused because of the rain. Do you still want leaves? I’m raking them up anyway ’cause I think it’s better for the grass. Kayla is stunningly beautiful and we’re so happy that your family is well. Thank you for sharing! Jeanne
Hello Jeanne! Yes, we would love the leaves! We have a lot of garden space to cover, and can sure use them. We are very well, and I hope you are well also! Thank you so much!
It took me a while to find it, but here it is, from Wendell Berry.
One of the most important resources that a garden makes available for use, is the gardener’s own body. A garden gives the body the dignity of working in its own support. It is a way of rejoining the human race.
Thanks for your wonderful photos, that took me to some wonderful words.
Wow! That is beautiful! WOW! Thank you so much for that quote. That is perfectly fitting. Thank you!
What a beautiful post, so simple and yet the feeling there is powerful.
Thank you so much Agi! I really appreciate you and what you do. I am wishing you the very best, thank you, Justin