After a series of back surgeries, I thought I would no longer be able to grow my own greens. But then my husband created a tabletop garden for me from an old workbench that had belonged to my father. The bench was originally made from a section of laminated wood saved from a bowling alley. It’s strong and stands up to the harsh Maine winters. The 8-inch boards around the edge of the grow box are secured with screws and angle iron to prevent warping. The base of the table has holes drilled every 4 inches to allow excess water to seep through. (Read more)
"Let not the beautiful woman glory in her pretty face or figure, neither the immaculate housekeeper glory in her ability: let not the woman of hospitality glory in her good cooking or homey atmosphere, nor the writer glory in her accomplishments.
But rather let her that glorieth glory in this, that she knows God and is growing in His wisdom and understanding." Jeremiah 9:24-25 (paraphrased)