Hope & Canning Tomatoes

4 thoughts on “Hope & Canning Tomatoes”

  1. This is lovely… I can appreciate so many of your sentiments after I, too, experienced life outside of the USA and am now trying hard to live into the realities of this season now, on home soil, in the middle of the cultural upheaval and sorrows. (You have a lovely blog, btw! Glad we crossed twitter paths.)

    1. Thank you so much. It is so hard to figure out how to do life again after experiencing so much! Thank you for reading! 🙂

  2. Lovely thoughts. I can relate in many ways after having to leave the field all too suddenly. While God hasn’t given me an abundance of tomatoes or a desire for canning, he has begun to fill my heart with new dreams. It’s a slow grieving process. Thanks for sharing your journey. It blessed me tonight.

    1. It’s a slow grieving process indeed. And a bit of a lonely one, too. Thank you for taking the time to comment, I hope you are filled with new dreams and we’re able to find the abundant life back here, too. 🙂

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