What you do in your house is worth as much as if you did it up in heaven for our Lord God. We should accustom ourselves to think of our position and work as sacred and well-pleasing to God, not on account of the position and work, but on account of the word and faith from which the obedience and the work flow. ~ Martin Luther

Thursday, September 26, 2013


~ Pretty ~

You never have to look far for something pretty around here.

~ Happy ~

We have had such a wonderful year of garden fruit this year!  Must have been the torrential rainstorms this spring that almost drowned my garden (more than once).  

We've been feasting.  

~ Funny ~

A glance out of the kitchen window reveals this...

Wait a minute.  Is that a TAIL?

Sure enough, it is.  There is Skeeter, looking a wee bit sheepish, I must say!

What is he DOING under there?

Hanging out and reading apparently.  


~ Real ~

Boys and frogs- they have some sort of magnetism one toward another.  
Well.  Come to think of it...I suspect if  Mr. Frog and Mr. Toad had their way, the could do quite nicely with a safe distance from boys.

 Yes, that look pretty much says it all.  Doesn't it?

Judah's hands are enormous.  Matt takes great pride in it, I just sniffle because when I hold his hand, it is like holding Andrew's hand.  

My Hoss, I love him so.

round button chicken


debbie said...

love that they got skeeter under the sawhorses funny at that pun

Jill Foley said...

I love this post. First of all...the second photo - breathtaking!

I love the fort and the frogs!

beth said...

andrew and the melon -
my goodness your children are lovely.

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Anna Yager said...

I am SOOO jealous of your melon! My husband has been trying to grow melons here for 3 or 4 years, and none of them has been larger than 4" in diameter. You'd think that they'd love the weather down here! Oh well.

bobbi @ revolution of love blog.com said...

The funny is hilarious! And love the little guy in the hat. :-)

Abigail said...

Love that picture of your little
Amish man with his melon. (And thanks for sharing the bounty...again! Our sticky chins thank you, too.)