April 06, 2010

Reap what you sow



It is time to plant your Spring Gardens~

Plant three rows of peas~

Peace of mind
Peace of heart
Peace of soul

Plant four rows of squash~

Squash gossip
Squash indifference
Squash grumbling
Squash selfishness

Plant four rows of lettuce~

Lettuce be faithful
Lettuce be kind
Lettuce be obedient
Lettuce really love one another

No garden is without turnips~

Turn up for meetings
Turn up for service
Turn up to help one another

Oh and don't forget the herbs~

We must have thyme~

Thyme for God
Thyme for study
Thyme for prayer

Water freely with Patience and cultivate with Love. There is much fruit in your garden. Because you reap what you sow.
~author unknown

5 comments:

  1. This is so sweet..and so true. Bless you in your gardening.

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  2. That is a wonderful poem; we really enjoyed reading it. When we label those vegetables in our garden this year, we will have to put their sayings under each one :)

    Thank you for sharing it... :)!!!

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  3. This was very cool Laura. Where did you find it? PS. I used to be able to type my name - now it only let's me do anonymous???

    Lisa

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  4. This was a beautiful poem, Mrs. Santos. Thank you for sharing it with us! :)

    ~Mrs. Lady Sofia~

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  5. Hello Friends~ I'm so glad you liked the poem. We heard it at a recent service and the children were so taken with it. I love your idea winslows to put it on the garden labels - how cute!

    Lisa ~ you should be able to put your name if you choose name/url when posting a comment.

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