Thursday, June 08, 2017


In early June, we always hope that the garden has been tilled and planted, and that the days are warm enough to let the woodstove go cold for a few months. Beyond that, we know beyond a shadow of a doubt that the weatherman will keep us on our toes.

Rain-soaked leaves, pretty sunsets, a real gig at a real cafe for my little just-for-fun cover band, a garden planted and completely weed-free (don't blink), the hammock coming out of winter storage, baby veggies in the greenhouse, grass seeds as beautiful as any flower, loving reminders found in the book of Hebrews, a native blue bee, and my favorite old barn... These are a few glimpses of our early June.

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