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For the Food on Fridays carnival, any post remotely related to food is welcome—though we love to try new dishes, your post doesn’t have to be a recipe. We’re pretty relaxed over here, and stories and photos are as welcome as menus and recipes.When your Food on Fridays contribution is ready, just grab the broccoli button (My daughter doesn’t quite have the new one ready, and now a second daughter wants to battle it out by offering her own version! Until they’re ready, grab the big one above or smaller option at the bottom) to paste at the top of your post. It ties us together visually.Then fill in the boxes of this linky tool to join the fun!
Food on Fridays with Ann
A few scrawny seedlings dropped haphazardly into the soil sometime late in May or early June…
…offer me this in August.
I didn’t plan or prune; I’ve barely watered and weeded.
I don’t deserve this goodness, this grace.
God is great, God is goodAnd we thank Him for our food.
Photos by Ann Kroeker.
Janis@Open My Ears Lord says
These look delicious. From the Lord’s harvest. I’ll be eating more of these on my new diet!
April@The 21st Century Housewife says
Ann, this is such a beautiful, meaningful post! Thank you for sharing it, and for hosting.
That is the same grace I grew up saying. So simple, so right.
God is great and good – my mealtime prayers usually include thanking Him for the privelege of having more food than I need of any variety I want. (not being wasteful – just the comparison that many both in our country and in others don’t have the ability to buy anything they want at the store, or get nutritious food from the market, etc.) Truly we are blessed.
Megan Willome says
“Food on Fridays: Grace.” Yeah, I’ll take a serving of homegrown grace. Yum!
Crystal & Co says
Thanks for always hosting.
Hazel I Moon says
Your garden variety is graceful and lovely. Your cut up tomatoes and cucumbers look so delicious. I like your basket of bounty too!
Your entries always feed our souls as well as our recipe folder.