|Our Back Yard|
Here is our backyard. Can you call it a yard when there is no grass? Not even a blade? For the garden lover in me, I have planted some seeds. Some dill and cucumbers from this rich soil I begged off a construction project across the street. Okay, maybe not so rich, but FREE. And easy to find. Otherwise, I would have had to find a special shop that carries dirt along with their beautiful, tropical plants. This country is big on shops specific to the category you are looking for. Maybe we will have some dill pickles before our three months here are up.
I had the pleasure of hanging out laundry to dry today in our backyard. Seriously, I do enjoy that task. Maybe because it saves some pennies or the smell of the fresh air on the clothing.
|Our Front Yard|
No need for a lawnmower here. Just a hose and broom to clean up the dust.
I think about the many doors we go through in life and I am thankful for a Good Shepherd who leads us through them.
Ask and it will be given to you, seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks find; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. Matthew 7:7 & 8