Time to Plant

The Plumcot will go to its home in the garden in the next week or so! It’s a persistent plant. It began to grow in the refrigerator where I had thrown the seed from a Plumcot pit because of the chilling requirement.

I had forgotten about it until its long roots forced my attention as they stretched from the seed out into the cold fridge. Then, I planted it in potting soil left over from my daughter’s succulent garden.

And it grew and grew and grew.

Some of you out there can’t be stopped. You’re growing no matter what. You’re growing in odd conditions, with little attention. But you’re going to plant yourself in the sure soil and light of God’s love.

And you’ll grow. You’ll grow into a marvelous life.

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