Friday, September 25, 2009

You Reap what you Sow :o)


I told you to stick around that there would eventually be some excitement :o)...
Cecil is feeling so much better and he often walks around the house and forgets his cane :o)....he decided to see what his Yellow potatoes had done and lo and behold they had grown and some were beginning to grow more seed stems :o)....that gave us both a thrill this is the yield in a box waiting to dry out...that made us so happy that Cecil planted some Greens :o)...Guess we are still farmers at heart, or stubborn mules :o)!

6 comments:

ladydi said...

A true comentary on God's grace. He was performing underground miracles while you and Cecil were getting stronger. I laughed when I saw the photo of the potatoes, because my new Keepsake Quilting catalog just arrived, and they offer fabric that looks just like your photo. Whoever heard of potato fabric??

Deborah said...

I love the potatoes! Congratulations!

The Gingerbread House said...

Ladydi, our daughter is in the process of making "Earth" quilts :o)..they show veggies growing in the Earth (quite interesting the process she uses...I'll send you a preview of a show she is in....
Deborah, I hope they taste as good as they look to us :o)...Ginny

Eggs In My Pocket / Yesteryear Embroideries said...

You have to be stubborn if you want to be a farmer! LOL. Hope this finds you feeling better. blessings,Kathleen

The Gingerbread House said...

Katheleen, stubborn or you either have to be forgiving... Mother Nature really did us in this year ..especially after everything was looking so good...I don't even have one collard plant :o( Ginny

Daisy said...

Hurray for your potato crop, Ginny! I bet those will taste great! I'm so glad to hear that Cecil is feeling well enough that he forgets his cane sometimes and also that he planted more greens. Hope you are feeling better every day too. Happy weekend to you!