Life

Recalculating

Today’s Bible Reading- 2 Chronicles Chapters 34-36 & John Chapter 19 Verses 1-22.

Good morning, my friends. I hope you’re well. Yesterday was a bad day. I woke up sour, and it felt like hell itself was on my shoulders. After I wrote yesterday’s post, I pulled my Bible out to read, and the extra devotional I had was exactly what I needed to hear. The scripture and the words soothed my soul like a balm. Stung, too.

I’d like to apologize for my attitude yesterday. It wasn’t very Christian of me. I let my wants and desires or lack of them cause me envy, jealousy and bitterness. God help me, I want to be a better person.

Today is a new day, though, and I do have a few things I need to do. Grocery shopping is one thing. I’m running low on lots of things. Coffee is one thing, and that is very important. Milk is low, lunch meat is gone. I don’t have much meat at all. Considering the prices I’m seeing, I may just go to a farm and get some meat there. Mom wanted to make a trip to the dairy farm. Maybe we can do that today.

Our weather is supposed to me 86° today with a 60% chance of rain. A good day to make a road trip. Maybe Pop would like to go along.

I checked the garden yesterday morning, and ended up putting two or three more stakes on the cucumbers. The leaves and flowers are absolutely gigantic! I’ve never seen cucumber leaves that big before. I did some checking, and my potatoes should be ready to harvest next week some time. Maybe I could harvest some a little early and get Pop to help. It’s going to be a lot of digging. I believe my carrots are close to being ready for harvest, too. I’ll have to look at the package if I still have it. The onions are still doing well. I was trying to weed them yesterday and accidentally pulled a small one out. I don’t think my onions will be big. Maybe more shallot size, but I’m not an onion expert. This is my first year, and I’ve already learned through the process that it’s better to have the seeds, not the sets. The sets are what you typically see in the store. It’s a bag of little onion bulbs. That’s what I bought. It’s better to get little seedlings. That way they can get used to your soil. From what I understand, Dixondale Farms is the most recommended place to buy onions. I may do that next time around.

Well, I have coffee going cold, and I need to get my Bible read. Love you all and until next time, stay safe my friends.❤️

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