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Thursday, May 18, 2006

Berry Excited

Today I have two newsworthy items to share: the hailstorm didn't damage my strawberries, which are planted on the leeward side of the garage. My vegetable garden, windward, took a hit; but I think it's early enough in the growing season that most things will recover. The Lord was gracious to allow time to replant the things that won't.

I am also excited to discover, and report to you, that my sister MaryM just started her own blog on Mother's Day. You can take a look at it over here.
Welcome to Blogland, Sis!


  • At 5/18/2006 9:23 AM, Blogger Kc said…

    Both stories are welcome news!

    (I'm especially anxious to see what your sister might reveal about you hehe)

  • At 5/18/2006 9:26 AM, Blogger Kc said…

    I almost forgot in the excitement, that's a delicious looking strawberry! ;-0

  • At 5/18/2006 10:32 AM, Blogger Corry said…

    That is great news! On both of the stories.
    Welcome to sister Mary, I will pay her a visit. That's worth a party, hehe.
    I am sorry for the strawberry. I am almost sure it's life was not expanded very much longer and it found it's way into someone digestive system, hehe.

    Oh and Kc...on your first comment: curiosity killed the, rat in this case. Okay, hamster. (grin)

    God's Grace.

  • At 5/18/2006 10:42 AM, Blogger Seeker said…

    Corry, I didn't even wash it first... was delicious.

  • At 5/18/2006 11:05 AM, Blogger andrĂ© said…

    hey Karen!

    no, no, she didn't break up with me (Thank God!!).
    it was "just" a job opportunity that didn't work out (but it was something really important to me.

  • At 5/18/2006 7:03 PM, Anonymous Daniel said…

    That's a very athletic looking hand!

  • At 5/18/2006 10:04 PM, Blogger audrey` said…

    Hi Karen
    The strawberry looks so sweet :)

  • At 5/18/2006 11:39 PM, Blogger Jim said…

    The strawberry looks really good! Ours come from Mexico or California. I'm glad your garden will recover. It looked like the hail stones were fairly small, but a lot of them.
    Sister, MaryM, is shaping up pretty fast on her blog. It looks good.
    Her rhubarb recipes sound good, but we don't grow rhubarb around here. The winters aren't cold enough.
    When we go north we try to rustle a whole lot of rhubarb.

  • At 5/20/2006 7:08 PM, Blogger Saucy said…

    Nothing beats a spring strawberry from one's own garden. Perfection! Glad the hail didn't take a toll.

  • At 5/21/2006 12:50 PM, Blogger Jenn said…

    I didn't realize it was strawberry season already.
    That looks really good! :]

  • At 5/21/2006 10:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    i'll head over to welcome your sister.

    better protect that berry, or you'll have the family eating out of your hands

  • At 5/23/2006 8:31 PM, Blogger Karen said…

    Hi there- I am glad the hailstorm did not damage your strawberries! I think that strawberry would look perfect on top of a piece of cheesecake! I liked your slogan 'A Hail of a Thyme!' My husband said that sounded like something I would say! I have never seen hail like that in my life!

  • At 4/08/2007 1:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

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