Thursday, August 28, 2014

The Light

I get so discouraged sometimes. Lately I have been just stopping & walking away from my problem, this just happened to me as I was canning tomatoes .
heirloom tomatoes
For the first time in years I canned tomatoes, they are heirloom, I only paid $5 for a bushel from an Amish farmer my friend Cathleen found on a backroad in Roxbury. I was dismayed at all the seeds in them, plus I got a lot of juice as they were really ready to be done, he was about to feed them to his pigs on the farm. So I knew I have a strainer contraption in the spare room I have, but when I went to look for it, I could not find it in the spot on top the wardrobe where it was kept. I took a walk outside with the dogs & prayed, & I also asked my dead husband where can it be?!!!! it was always there unless you moved it. I first saw the light in the rose I just bought & planted in his memory, then I knew where to look for it, he actually "came through" & told me look beside the wardrobe ,it is between it & the wall wedged.
my saucer,I was happy,happy,happy & peaceful
 
 
As I came up the ramp with the dogs to come back inside & check on this "revelation",I turned & saw this light travelling through the woods. I didn`t capture it too good, light is hard to capture, but I came inside & sure enough ,there it was!!!! So, I was able to make sauce, & I am sure it`ll be the best sauce ever!
it was almost dark
 
the strange light
too much juice,but heated them twice that is why
Leaving you with some views down the roads,can you believe these peacocks were all over this porch & yard?!

5 comments:

Jeff Schimdt said...

Phylis You HaveMany Friends Here N Beyond.

JoJo said...

Those peacocks are so unusual in their colouring! I've never tried canning. It seems like a lot of work. I've always been about 'what's easiest'....which is buying it in the market!

Debra said...

Dear friend~I love it that God never sleeps or takes His eyes off us....
Your pictures are lovely....

Roan said...

Those tomatoes look yummy. Love the peacocks!

Aleta said...

Your pictures make me homesick for Pennsylvania!! Great pictures! Those tomatoes will be delicious, I'm sure!