Good morning, friend! I hope you’re having a great week so far! It’s been a busy but fun one for us because of vacation Bible school (Eden’s first, and she’s loving it!), so today I’m just going to give a quick update on how our garden’s doing, because I have to get everyone ready and on time for VBS in a little bit. So here ya go!
^Not our garden, but this growing cotton field next to our place is so pretty in the early mornings, I had to snap a picture! It’s going to be simply gorgeous later this summer when it turns white. I LOVE living in The Land of Cotton. We may not get much snow around here, but every year we get to see dozens of fields nearby that look like beautiful snow, and without the dreadful cold temperatures! ^Grape tomatoes! Can’t wait to start putting these in my salads. ^Okra! ^Squash blooms! ^Little squash! Just a couple days or so and we’ll be able to start picking. Can’t wait! ^We strung up our cucumber vines so they’ll have something to run on. We have a few blooms but no veggies from it yet. ^Little ears of corn! About 1/4 of our stalks got laid down when we had a lot of wind and rain from the tropical storm, but it’s straightening back up some on its own so I don’t think there was any damage. ^Pumpkin blooms! We have five of these plants and they have pretty much overtaken the whole left side of our garden area!^The watermelon’s blooming!^The right side view of the garden. ^Beans on the left, tomatoes on the right.