Saturday, March 27, 2010

Tilling

I think new chicks are so funny the way they pass out anywhere in any position when they're ready for a nap. The sun has been out. Glory! Hallelujah! Jeremiah and the kids tilled up the garden and planted some grass seed. God is so good. He's so good to me.
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7 comments:

  1. Seasonal change must be such an exciting thing in the northern hemisphere. We celebrate it here, but honestly all the seasons are quite similar. I love the pictures of Jeremiah and the kids tilling the ground. How exciting!! :) xo Loving the book by the way, thank you xo

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  2. Love your photographs Sarah...filled with activity and sunshine! Great to see your little ones involved with the rotovating and sowing!

    The little chicks are so sweet :) What breeds do you have?...we have one Light-Sussex and a few Welsummers.

    Thanks for sharing - God bless

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  3. 5 blue andalusians, 5 araucanas, and a couple mystery chicks. Our one big chicken is rhode island red.

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  4. Those chicks are just too cute. Love the tilling and the fresh air coming through your curtains sure makes a picture that enlivens other senses. Is that a worn out dad at the end? Can't wait to see you all in a few weeks!

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  5. I bet you are excited to find out what your 'mystery chicks' are!

    Forgot to comment last time; but I love the photo showing your curtains blowing in the breeze!

    Thank you for your sweet comments on my blog, Sarah! I have now posted about our needle-felting project.

    God Bless you and your family, this Holy week.

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  6. Don't you just LOVE spring! The chicks are so cute!

    Blessings,
    Melissa

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