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Winter Light

Winter Light

While the dead of winter isn’t the busiest time on a lavender farm, there are still things going on… even in January.  We took a chance when we planted new cuttings in the garden in late October, knowing that decision would bring extra work over the winter.  Every time the temperature has dipped to freezing we’ve diligently protected these tender shoots with row cover. It’s been on and off with the covering several times.  Though we’ve lost a few, we’re hopeful the plants that have survived so far will be bearing new growth in the Spring. Meanwhile, we have 55 cuttings...

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A Year of Hope and Joy

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A Year of Hope and Joy

As the door closes on 2016, we glance over our shoulders and catch the highlights of the past. It was a good year for us. Not perfect. But, still very good. Our daughter's wedding in the spring yielded so much joy and a wonderful new son-in-law. Our lavender plants grew, as did our new business. Ministry opportunities came from unexpected sources. Ronnie had open doors to preach God's Word. New faces. New places. Visits with old and beloved friends and family were plentiful and sweet.The year challenged us at times; it also cast us further into the exciting world of...

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Patrick County

Patrick County

Sometimes it takes a while before you land where you feel like you belonged all along. That's the way it was for us. After living in much bigger cities our hearts yearned to find somewhere that was simpler, kinder, quaint and definitely with a mountain view. Patrick County has provided all that and more. The natural beauty here is spectacular. Mountains stand strong in their splendor drawing our gazes upward. Their powerful presence provides a sense of safety. Rolling hills dotted with picturesque churches and rustic barns add to the tranquillity. The sky seems almost reachable; the clouds hover closer....

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A Time of Pruning

A Time of Pruning

We worked as a team. Ronnie used the hedge trimmer to cut several inches off the lush green stems and shape into pretty mounds. I came behind him with my clippers to thin out some of the thick growth so the dense plants wouldn't trap moisture and the tiny green leaves deep inside the shrub could get some air. When I came to one of our struggling shrubs I knew they needed more in-depth surgery. Carefully spreading the brown stems open with my hands, I peered into the middle of the plant, looking for any sign of life. I discovered...

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September Days

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September Days

I love September. The hot summer days blend with the cooler nights and gradually bring us into the perfect mixture of early fall weather. Not too hot. Not too cold. Just right.With cooler weather comes changes at our home. The air conditioning goes off and windows are opened again. The refreshing air blows through our cottage on the ridge. We love hearing the night sounds, especially the whippoorwill. Country living at it's best!The oven gets more use on the cooler days. I just bought fresh sweet potatoes at the farmer's market. Can't wait to bake them and slather with real...

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