Just as John finished planting corn, we received some much-needed rain that allowed the newly burned pastures to quickly turn to lush, graze-worthy green. All of the cattle have been moved to their summer pastures, and as soon as the ground dries Farmer John will be hard at his one-man farming show, planting soybeans.
|May 2 -- We were worried about dry conditions, but spring was nevertheless having its green way with the cottonwood trees across from our house.|
|Our grandboys, all ready for a Royal's game May 4th.|
|May 10--the setting sun cast gold light beneath these dark clouds to the east. Rain! |
|Beautiful Rebekah, 18 months, loves her reflection in her new cowgirl hat (purchased by Grammy, of course).|
|You know I love the symbolism of photos of roads--life is a journey! This phone photo of the setting sun revealed a rainbow effect not visible to the naked eye. I like that symbolism as well--the Lord surrounds and protects us in ways we do not see.|
|Here Isaac looks like he's saying "That's all folks!" And so we'll let him bring May's blog post to an end.|