The unblemished green leaves and glad blossoms of early summer are a brief, but the midsummer garden is a more lasting affair. Outside the front porch and on either side of the path that runs in front of the house, the lavender harebells and summer roses bloom faithfully during the hot July days. Throughout the rest of the garden, the foliage of plants and trees becomes heavier and greener, and the grass requires mowing less frequently.
So it is with anticipation that I look forward to the days ahead as well we may journey back to the green foothills of Virginia! I will be praying for favor to the one who never slumers nor does He sleep! I hope for us to go home soon to Virginia!