Sunday, October 9, 2011

The Last of the Summer Produce


All summer long the old bowl sat at the end of the counter, filled with garden produce.
I loved looking at it. The bowl has so much character. The produce was bountiful.



It felt like having art in the kitchen all season long! Another example of God's beautiful provision!

Have a wonderful day,
Carol
Joining Simple Joys today, hosted by Trish at Lily-Rose Cottage!

15 comments:

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Always a little sad to see the garden's end, but it sounds like you had a bountiful summer Carol-I'm glad:@)

Lisa notes... said...

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. These pictures say tons! Beautiful. Thanking the Lord for his goodness to us.

Maple Lane said...

Not only is that bowl with veggies beautiful but I bet the fresh produce smelled heavenly too! Hope you enjoy the week ahead.

Lily-Rose Cottage said...

Hi Carol, thanks for linking up to Simple Joys today - welcome!!
Your bowl looks beautiful and cheery filled with the Lord's bountiful blessings!!
It's definitely a work of art :-)
Have a great week..Trish

The Quintessential Magpie said...

God is SO good, and his bounty is amazing, isn't it?

Love to you, sweet Carol...

XO,

Sheila

Saleslady371 said...

Looks delicious! Talk about abundance!

Nell said...

Joining you from simple joys, your bowl of fruit looks delicious, I just picked a bucket of oranges off our tree, God is so good and we are so blessed by his provision. Thank you for sharing your simple joy.
and may he continue to bless you.
Nell

Leann said...

There is something so beautiful in a bowlful of God's goodness.

Now where will we get a "good tomato?"

Enjoy your week!
Leann

Vee said...

It certainly does look like art and I'm sure that it's beyond delicious. It's not going to be easy going back to depending on the produce section for fresh veggies. What scrumptious colors represented here!

victorian parlor II said...

As much as I love all the pumpkins and fall colors I do miss the fresh produce of summer's bounty:).

Blessings,

Kim

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

How pretty..the heat and drought just killed all we tried. Enjoy, enjoy

Cindy said...

I love the looks of white pottery filled with veges from my garden. Yours is lovely, nothing prettier than something we have grown ourselves, eh?
Hugs, Cindy

Debbie said...

I have said it time and time again: We just can't create anything any lovelier than what God puts together. I love to decorate my home with real stuff, especially of the edible kind.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Enjoy your lovely produce!

no spring chicken said...

What a beautiful bowl full of blessings!

~~Debbie