"And huge hailstones, about one hundred pounds each, came down from heaven upon men"
Dear Lady Farmer,Oooh, I love, love, love the header and background! And the primroses. They're so perfect in the pot. I'll have to go get some for our place, now!Thank you for all the beautiful things that you share. I always love visiting you.Love,Marqueta
That is the way we begin our Spring here in the North :-)The primroses are just beautiful!Maria.
Wow! You DID have hail - not quite the 100 lb. ones, though...Your package came today, Raeann. I have NO words to adequately thank you for your generosity. You will never know ALL that it represented to me. (I tried to convey a bit of it in my post today.) Thank you for being God's messenger to me today.
Oh wow ~I hope your flowers are okay ~Love Heather
Oh my - but I do LOVE your pots:)
Spring is here - your plants are going to look great.
Oh, no! Hope those pretty primroses didn't get harmed. They are one of the first flowers in my spring garden.Loving your Pattie's Day background!
We drove home Wensday from OR, it was crazy, all over the place weather. The joys of the NW xoxo Clarice
How pretty your blog looks Raeann...all dressed in green! :)What a blessing those hailstones were little! And soon gone? Hope your flowers survive...they are so cheery. :)Many blessings,Camille
Your flowers look pretty - not so much with the hail though...
Are those Primroses, one of my favorite flowers, and have been wanting to get some, ohhh maybe this week. Hail always causes so much concern for us as farmers, especially when the crops are growing.Thank you for coming by, and for taking the time to leave me such a sweet note.Hugs,Sue
Lovely header; quite appropriate. So glad I missed that storm; it looks like it was enough to keep you inside and warm.I'm getting out and about, just a little; many thanks for your kind notes and prayers. When I was totally overwhelmed, it soothed my soul to know others were thinking and praying for us. God bless you!
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