Sunday, May 11, 2008

A Short Note from Plant Lady

Hello Everyone!

Happy Mother's Day! I trust God will be especially close to you today as you spend time with family and friends.

Just a quick note to let you know that I will be posting sporadically for the next few weeks. This begins my busy season as I will be helping my daddy with his blueberry farm. The crop looks great this year! Plenty of fresh, juicy blueberries are just about ready for harvest. It also is a time of perpetual exhaustion for us as we carry on the jobs of about five people! There are always unforeseen challenges to overcome and I ask that you keep me and my daddy in your prayers. We both are not as young as we once were!

I hope to be able to post on Saturday evenings or Sundays and will be checking in on all my friends' blogs. If you have time, just drop me a line of encouragement as it will make my weeks go by much easier.

Take care and Happy Mother's Day!

Be Encouraged!
Plant Lady


JnL4God said...

My love and prayers are with you and your Daddy. I just in the last few years have learned to like blueberries, and it is like I'm making up for lost time. I have them with my Oatmeal in the mornings, I like them in smoothies. :) You and Mr. Plant Lady have a wonderful day.
Be Blessed,

SweetPea said...

Happy Mother's Day. May your weeks ahead with your father being precious and memorable.

Mary said...

I pray that all will go well as you work with your dad these next few weeks.

I LOVE blueberry muffins
I LOVE blueberry pies
I LOVE blueberries in my cereal
And they are good for you:)


Mary said...

Oh, one more!
I LOVE Blueberry syrup on my pancakes or waffles!

Yep, I LOVE Blueberries!


From the Heart said...

Thank you for your prayers. I am going to the doctor Wednesday and believe that God is healing me in His way. "His ways are not always our ways..."

Have a great time working with your dad.

God Chaser said...

Missed you- glad you are ok. In every thing work unto the Lord. Be strengthen by the Lord who sees all your labors

SKY4KAT said...

I love blueberries too!
I haven't had a chance to work on the gourds yet but I will when we get back. we are going camping in southeastern Utah for ~ 10 days. Get out and away from all this snow.
Don't work to hard.

Anonymous said...

I bet there is nothing better than fresh picked blueberries! you know like a tomato just picked from the vine! I have never had fresh blueberries, just the ones from good ole HEB!

My prayers are with you and your daddy during this busy season.

Blessings ~ Christi