Monday, May 17, 2010

An award-how cool!

One of my homeschool friends gave me this award. Isn't that cool?! I love the flower on this award....I love orange flowers. They're unusual and always beautiful. Doesn't Papa do great work?! LOL!

Well, I suppose this means I should write something cheerful and sunny, eh? This past week has been kinda tough...although not really in a bad way. I put up 4 qts of green beans, (gave one to Rabbi for first fruits), 3 gallons of spinach, made up three trays of zucchini pizzas, found a new recipe and made scalloped zucchini, a huge batch of yellow squash sauteed with onions, garlic and butter, and still have 10 zucchini sitting on my counter waiting for me to put them up. We now need to repick green beans, zucchini, yellow squash, dill, parsley, onions and broccoli and cucumbers. Whew! So while it's been really tough, it's in a good way. This is our sixth year to plant, so we expected a large crop.....just didn't think it would all come ready at the same time! LOL! For those wondering what the sixth year has to do with it, let me explain. In Torah, it tells us that just as we are to have our weekly Shabbot, and our harvest Sabboths (at Pesach or Passover, Shavuot or Pentecost and Sukkot or Tabernacles) and our Jubliee years (every 50th year), the land is to have a Shabbot every 7th year. So you plant on the sixth year, do NOT plant on the 7th year and let the land rest, then plant again on the 8th year. And YHWH promised the land would produce enough on the sixth year to last until the harvest on the 8th year. So we expected a large crop of  veggies this year,  but whew!!!! I even have lettuce coming up from last year!!!! And our blackberries we planted in March are fruiting!!!!! Isn't Papa wonderful!?! Just as His Love Letter to us says, we're having a HUGE crop and if I can just figure out how to put everything up, we'll have veggies for the next year easily! I'm just blown away by His blessings to us. 
What was that? Where in Torah does it say that? Well, silly me. I'm sorry. You can find this commandment in Leviticus 25:1-7. Now I know many folks will say they are under grace and not law....that the "Old Testament" doesn't apply to them. But I would respectfully ask those who think this way to reread the Book of Leviticus. You'll find several places in there where it says "this is to be for all generations". I believe we're one of those "all generations." Also, while I agree that our sins are covered by the Grace of Yah, I don't know that I understand what you are using to do away with the "Old Testament". Yeshua said He didn't come to do away with the Law (poor translation, really said Torah which means instruction) but to bring it to fruition. He was a Jewish Rabbi.....don't you think it would be a really bad example if He didn't follow Torah?! Well, those are just my thoughts. Please feel free to respectfully explain your thoughts if you so desire. 

Now, if I understand this award, I need to pass it on to some of you! How cool is that?!?! So here goes, I joyfully pass this award on to:
1.Conservative Outrage-
Pops does a great job on his blog and is such a sweetie!
Ahavah has another blog that will lift your spirits and often make you giggle! 
Hasassah is such an inspiration! How this woman does all she does is amazing!!!!
Nanc is a hoot and a half! If you don't giggle at her site, you need to check your giggler! She's a joy!!!!
This friend of mine is kinda new at blogging, but is doing a great job. I'm proud of him as he searches his way to fulfilling YHWH's plan for his life.
6. Is It Only For Jews?
This is another friend who's a bit new to blogging, but is doing a great job! I'm impressed with his energy.

I have a couple of other folks I'd love to give an award to, but they haven't blogged for several weeks or James, Chris, Malcontent, Gayle and Abouna....know you're winners in my book!!!

So I hope each of you have a great week, are blessed beyond belief and take the time to find those little Love Letters Papa sends each of us daily to remind us how much He loves us. Shalom.


Anonymous said...


Spitfire said...

Suki, thank you for your reply, but the translation makes no sense. I hope you enjoyed your visit to my blog. Shalom, Spitfire

Anonymous said...

Thank you Spitfire. That is really sweet. Though most days I still feel like a small child in rough waters. I guess I'm my own worst enemy.:)

Michelle said...

Hi Spitfire,
Thank you for posting the award.
You are such an inspiration, Papa sure has given in abundance.

Congratulations to the award winners.
I'll have to check out these new-to-me blogs.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

That is one of the things that so many of the Christian Churches today do not teach. It interferes with their Social Justice Marxist Theology that is preached today, especially when it comes to bending over backwards to embrace homosexuality.

Yashua said: "I did not come to change the LAW, not one dot or tittle, I have come to fulfill the Law." The Churches need to get back to preaching the truth.

By the way, the reason I have not posted on my blog for a while is that I have been in the hospital recuperating from emergency surgery for an intestinal blockage. At my age, it took a little longer to get back into the swing of things.

I am just glad that it happened now, before Obama care took full effect. The government would probably told me to take a pill and hope for the best.

nanc said...


My apologies for not getting by sooner, but with the primaries here and my involvement in some made it nearly impossible to put the spotlight on me. This is so thoughtful. I have a little time before I commit to the next big event - NOVEMBER!

No rest for the weary, my friend...snore...

Anonymous said...


Spitfire said...

Here is the translation of what Wei Yu Lun Cheng wrote.....

Wei Yu Lun Cheng
Unless a tree in spring bloom, otherwise the result is unlikely in the fall.

Thanks for stopping by Wei. You are correct, if the trees don't bloom in spring, we won't have harvests in fall. Shalom

MightyMom said...

enjoy your double harvest!