“If it is true that one of the greatest pleasures of gardening
lies in looking forward, then the planning of next year’s beds
and borders must be one of the most agreeable occupations
in the gardener’s calendar.  This should make October and
November particularly pleasant months, for then we may
begin to clear our borders, to cut down those sodden and
untidy stalks, to dig up and increase our plants, and to move
them to other positions where they will show up to greater
effect.  People who are not gardeners always say that the bare
beds of winter are uninteresting; gardeners know better, and
take even a certain pleasure in the neatness of the newly dug,
bare, brown earth.”
–   Vita Sackville-West 

Luke 8:15  But that on the good ground are they, which in an honest and good heart, having heard the word, keep it, and bring forth fruit with patience.

           Trust God for your day, Today

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