Thursday, September 06, 2007






AUTUMN IS AROUND THE CORNER!


You cant get on the Internet or go shopping in any store without seeing FALL advertised. I'm not complaining! And for the first time since we've planted pecan trees....I AM REALLY EXCITED ABOUT HARVEST TIME! As you can see we are already harvesting grapes off the vine. Danny & I have already made one batch of the black grape jelly. Don't you love the color of the grapes! Now I am a person that doesn't like much change but I love how GOD is smarter and knows my needs better than me......why else would HE send the Seasons! I see HIS work in those grapes, the beauty of HIM. I don't know about you but that just excites me! GOD cared enough about me & Danny to give us such a pretty spot in HIS world and then confirms HIS love for us often. I see it all the time but it is just so evident to me when I look at the change in the Seasons....when I look at the beauty of the grapevine and it's produce.

20 comments:

Lori said...

I do love your grape trees. They are so beautiful.

Happy grape harvesting. or do you harvest the grapes? What all do you make?

Anonymous said...

Oh, I love these grapes. My mouth is watering.sis 3

patsy said...

i wish i could get into your grapes you woul;d think a possimon had been in them

Marci said...

Your grapes are gorgeous. Do you spray them with a lot of stuff? The japanese beetles eat the leaves off of mine.

Jen said...

First of all I love your new look. And I love fall. We just bought some grapes today. Miller loves them frozen and so do I.

dot said...

Tina, your grape orchard is beautiful! Danny did a good job on it.

Betty said...

Tina,

We've been eating delicious grapes off our vines.....so good.

Thanks for coming by and wishing me a happy birthday. It was a wonderful day.....Betty

Lindah said...

Isn't God good!

~ Amy ~ said...

Love the new look - gorgeous pictures!!!!

I love autumn and the beautiful colors - come to think of it - it's the same colors I've decorated and painted inside my house (burnt orange, burgandy, greens)

Those are some big ol grapes. I have a grape vine that I "inherited" when we bought this place. However, I know nothing about grapes (types, care, etc.). My grapes only get to be about the size of a LARGE pea. Maybe it's because I dont fertilize them or maybe its just the type - I don't know. They sure are good to eat though.

Clara....in TN said...

I thought my grapes were pretty, but yours has mine beat. Very nice!!!!

~ Janice ~ said...

What beautiful grapes! Yes, it is always amazing to be reminded of God's creativity and planning, and how it all perfectly works together in the seasons!

Sandra said...

Wow, look at those grapes...they look delicious! Thanks for sharing the pictures and you can send some of that jam my way, lol!

Lori said...

Just dropping by to say hello.

Andrea said...

Looking at those grapes makes my mouth water.

I have not been to your blog in a while. I hope you are doing all right. I just love you mother.

Sister--Three said...

Hey, since your last post, those grapes have turned to wine and I have drank the entire bottle. What is new? Are you raising corn for moonshine? Are you alive and well? I am about dead, but I am old and you are still young and kicking, I am sure! Miss you.

patsy said...

i have posted a picture of a cow and ask you a question on my blog,

patsy said...

sis 3 ask me why jews didn't make blood safrices now, of course the answer is no temple, the safracice of the sheep was in the temple and no temple no safracice. i know that they have to have a 3 year old red hefefer and offifer her then take the ashes and sprinkle on temple mount to cleanse it.
the first hefifer was born in 2002 and when she was 3 years old she developed a white hair in her tail.
the next was born in 2004 and would be 3 years old this year.
if she does not get any black hairs or white hair i bet they clone her as many times as they can then they will have plenty of red heifers. they have everthing else they need to start the temple except the dome of the rock has to go. i figure an earth quake or a missle will blow it up.

Angie said...

Random links brought me your blog today. I miss Georgia and my pecan trees. I would love to plant a few trees up here in Va but I don't know how many years it would take to begin getting a harvest of nuts. Lovely journal you have.

Clara....in TN said...

Hi tina, I'm catching up on your blog....I love the grapes and all of the pictures. God is indeed good! Enjoy your harvest!!!!

Lynne said...

These photos are beautiful. Thank you.

The grape photos are a marvelous picture of the Spirit led life. They are clearly a visual representation of the vine and branches, and the fruit we will bear when we remain in Him.

Remain in me, and I will remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in me.
John 15:4