Outside the window I can see Jon and Jenny prepping a bed. They will be transplanting a tray of lettuce, covering the bed with row cover because squirrels are back to feast on our beautiful lettuce, and adding irrigation lines throughout the Hazelnut Patch. Mark is at the hooding ceremony for his graduating doctoral students, and I’m sitting upstairs where I can longingly see Jon and […]Read more ›
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We could all do with some hope. True, the rescue of the three women in Cleveland is hope-filled but also another reminder of all that is so very broken. Hope in ordinary things reminds me that God’s grace abounds, sustaining life and this world in marvelous, powerful, delightful, curious, and awe-inspiring ways. A Light in the darkness. So I wandered […]Read more ›