Weeks ago, we had a strong storm during the night.It was a Kansas storm, full of bright lightning, loud thunder, and very strong winds.When I was able to get out in the garden several days later, I was disappointed to find that my only pepper plant that had done any decent growing was now toppled over.I stood there staring down at it as it lay on the nearby zucchini, whose leaves had also been tossed around during the same storm. I stood there, tempted to just uproot the battered pepper plant and be done with it.
I bent over and gently lifted it, realizing then that the main stem of the pepper plant was unbroken and was still safely in the soil.“Why not just leave it and see what it does?” I thought.And that’s what I did.
I'm Patty and I write about our adult son who has Epilepsy and Autism, who still lives with my husband and me, and who is a package full of many surprises and joys and challenges and TALK! Lots of talking, which creates laughter and some other reactions as well. I also write about how God shows Himself to me in everyday life.
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