Stories About the South and Kitchen Gardening

Stories About the South and Kitchen Gardening

The Flowergardengirl blog will be about kitchen gardening in 2013 I have decided. There will also be more stories about the South like this one from Thelma’s Out of Control Iris Garden not far from where I live…you can click on the photo to follow the link. But mostly I’m going to stay close to home this year and concentrate on kitchen gardening and do some killer canning and freezing. I’m going to fancy up my pantries with cute gingham and do some beautiful front and back porch decorating. I’ve had major health problems this year with many of you praying for me and thank you so much. I am on the mend. I was even told this year that I was going blind but through a miracle because of those prayers I am now healed. I was recently seen by a neuro opthamologist and he said my eyes have never been healthier to which my husband I nearly fainted. I can only tell you it was a miracle. I give God the glory. I am still weak from having a rare from of shingles that attacked the nerves of my face and was called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome….caused some real damage to those nerves….I am still healing and weak as I write this. I am still seeing a bit blurry and words are a bit mixed up but in time I will see just fine. It really is your prayers. So I have planned to be home more… my kitchen more…and definitely in my pantries more. My oldest son is getting married in May…so there will be a beautiful wedding too! I wish you all a Happy New Year!!!!! Thank you for being a Flowergardengirl fan. I am so glad you are. Let’s all get busy ordering seed! I will be posting lots of new stuff soon. I’m of course getting things ready for the porches. I’m already thinking spring. Hugs to all.

10 Comments Add yours

  1. tammiegrey says:

    this might be late but congratulations


  2. James A-S says:

    Whoop-de-doo and slap me sideways. Great news. Hooray.


  3. Thelma is what it is all about. Iris are her passion and reason for being. Absolutley love her and her garden.


  4. Great news … and wishing you a Happy New Year!


  5. What wonderful news about your eyes! Here’s LOOKING forward to a healthy, creative, peace-filled 2013! – Kaye


  6. Rebecca says:

    Praise God for the healing. Thank you for sharing I have missed hearing from you. I do look forward to each item you write.


  7. Melissa says:

    God’s work is truly amazing! We often try to explain it as ‘science’, ‘medical breakthrough’, etc….but God hears our prayers and responds. His timing, and my timing, are not always the same, ( I can be impatient!) I have learned to appreciate His wisdom and caring touch, so much over the past years. When life is at its darkest, we really listen and hear. I am so very happy that your vision will return! For a photographer, gardener, and resarcher for all of us, vision is very meaningful. Give lots of praise!


  8. Lila says:

    GLORY to God!…Keep praying girl…keep pressing in until it is fully manifested in your body…some healings are gradual and God wants it ALL for you….Matthew 7:07 “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. 8 For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.”


  9. Barbie says:

    Good, good news!!


  10. Renata says:

    “The Lord works in mysterious ways” Thanks be to God.. Anna, I am so happy to hear
    your news. May God continue to bless you and yours!


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