Come walk with me . . . through gardens of summer.
You must leave your sandals at the garden gate to enjoy it most!
Footprints in the garden patch. It’s what summers are made of!
Beautiful, even rows make me feel peaceful in my garden.
We picked this big cabbage and he was quite lovely to behold!
Yellow bell peppers will grace our table soon!
Flowers make a vegetable garden even more beautiful.
Barefoot is how I garden best.
And summer is, well, not summer . . .
The promise of strawberries next year!
Red raspberries are for little tummies to enjoy.
A Sunday afternoon calls for a tall, cold glass of mint tea.
Sunflowers beginning to bloom.
And right around the corner, we have our potatoes, corn, and beans.
With every weed pulled, it helps to remember
the reward at the end of summer.
Steaming hot corn on the cob . . . slathered in butter.
God has given us so much bounty!
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