“I’m impatient, yes, but it’s also hard at the onset to believe that the small seeds sowed in the ground will take root. What with all the chances for water to wash them away, birds to eat them, or the seeds being planted too deep or not deep enough. Some years, also, have more critters that sneak in the night and enjoy their own feast. “
“Praise God with fidgety hands and wiggly bodies
praise God with feet pumping through the air on swings
praise God with clapping hands and tapping feet….”
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