Friday, August 17, 2012

Summertime











Because sometimes pictures tell the story of life better than words.

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  1. I love these pictures, especially the one of the kids at the sunflowers. Thanks for sharing. God bless.

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  2. What a wonderful summer!! Especially love the last pic with all the kids. :-)

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  3. Wonderful!! Full of life and love! I don't think I've ever seen such tall sunflowers! God is good!! Thanks for sharing!!

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    1. I have never seen such tall sunflowers either! The seed pack said they were up eight feet, but these are closer to twenty feet!
      Gina

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  4. Oh I love these pictures! I love that your children are involved with canning. It looks like you will have a yummy pantry again this year.

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  5. What a wonderful summer you've had!

    Deanna

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  6. Made me smile. Thanks for letting us share in your summer! :-)

    Alicia

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  7. You're living the good life. Isn't God good?

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  8. What brand of canning lids do you use? In your photo I don’t see a name on the lids.

    A couple of years ago I started having trouble with my Kerr lids not sealing and learned that the company made some changes. Since that time I have been using Tattler reusable lids on my home canning and using some of my older Kerr lids on items I plan to give as gifts.

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    1. Patty -
      I bought a whole lot of lids in bulk and there was no brand name listed. They have been working fine for me.

      I have some Tattler lids and love them. I'd like to get some more.
      Gina

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  9. Thats all we been doing too with the canning.. last week it was something peach related.. this week its tackling the tomatoes.. lol... Great pictures... I too like the kids in front of the sunflowers.. those things are huge..

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  10. What you been feeding those sunflower and those kids? ** hee hee *** they are all growing so tall! Looks like the harvest is good this year. We've been doing well too and hope that the blight stays away... so far so good.

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