Saturday, September 5, 2009

Met Monday. . .From our Fields to your Tables!

The Amber Waves of Grain. . .It's Harvest Time!
Sewing but a single seed can change the world you see!
It starts out as a golden sheath . . .And gives strength to you and me!
The greatest service which can be rendered any country is to add a useful plant to its culture.
- Thomas Jefferson
We are in the middle of our harvest, it means long hours, hard work, and
doing our small part to help put food on our and someone elses table!
Hosted by Between naps on the Porch


  1. Thanks for all the hard work you do. I don't think people often stop and think about where their food comes from. Now I want to go and make some homemade whole wheat bread. Yum!

  2. Love the Jefferson quote and he did import so many new plants to America. What a guy!

  3. Thank you...I am having a give a way please try to stop over...

  4. Thank you for the reminder of how everyday things are some of the most wonderful transformations :0)


  5. Thanks for the beautiful reminder. :)

  6. Beautiful photos! And I really want to eat some of that wheat bread, yummy.

  7. Isn't the world an amazing place? I wish everyone were as "in touch" as you are! What a nice post!

  8. Your photos are beautiful! I know it must not be easy doing this in these times--thanks for our daily bread :)

  9. Beautiful photographs and beautifuly written.

  10. Hey Girlfriend !
    Thanks so much for visiting me during/after my surgery - your kind words ment the world to me !
    I love this post and the pics ! Although we don't farm, we live in the country and have farming right across the road - they are growing cillantro - the smell is amazing..we have lots of organic veggies, corn ,beets and some wheat too...I will have to take pictures sometime !
    Hugs ~ Kammy

  11. A really neat and different post for met monday. Makes you appreciate everything you put on your table!
    Thanks for stopping by my post on horses, Yes, that's me and one of my horses, Preacher, a 14 yr old QH.