I do not know what has happened to my tomato plants, but they have fizzled out. Some one told me that they may have gotten too much water with all the rain we received earlier in July.
The plants have died, or are dying. There is one lone living plant out of ten planted; with one lone, small green tomato coming along.
The first tomatoes I picked were large and firm, and they were really good eating. Great on sandwiches, and just to eat along with chicken, mashed potatoes and such.
Well, we did get to enjoy a few. Thank the Lord of all Creation for that wonderful blessing. Thank you Lord Jesus.
A year ago this last Spring I planted some trees. They were only about two feet tall sprigs, and by the end of last Summer they had grown to about five feet tall. Already this past Spring and early Summer one of them is about seven feet in height. The others are getting near to it.
We have been blessed this past Spring with a good portion of rainfall without a lot of flooding. There has been a few times the Flat Creek has gotten near the top of its banks, but as of yet, has not breached the banks. We do have an old tree in our access to the Creek at our back door. That is alright. We can step on it and go over it without much effort.
I am thankful to the Creator for His bountiful blessings.