I purchased this open pollinated corn seed from Welter’s Seed with the intent of actually planting it and harvesting a large crop. However, the reality is, i don’t have a corn planter and no one to plant a small plot, so now to find a use for these seeds. I decided we needed to eat them.
Mercy me! What happened to June!!! Busy month for us, but the biggest event by far was that our youngest son is now married to a wonderful farm girl from Iowa. They are now settling into life together in a small place outside Des Moines. It’s a bit of a drive to her work and he works at home remotely for the same outfit he worked for in Parkville, MO. Although they’ve never lived together, they say that after only three weeks, it just feels normal. Even the pastor who married them commented to me that they may be the most suited for one another couple he’s ever married. They both love God and serve Him by teaching youngsters and reaching out to international students when they were each in their respective universities. In fact, it was through their involvement in the non denominational on-campus Christian ministries that they met. God is good all the time.
It’s a huge adjustment for me that my baby is married – that gives us moms a different position in their sons’ lives and it’s tough to accept, but it’s a good thing. Her parents and sisters and extended family are our family now and we could not be more blessed.
I still cry, but hey, that’s just the reality of it. I’m happy for all of us, but the realisation that so much change is and has been and the years just simply flying by and getting old, and, and, and…..