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Recently I overheard a elderly couple in their last moments together at the airport with their daughter. They had announced the departure. Standing near the security gate, they hugged and the father said, 'I love you, and I wish you enough.'
The daughter replied,'Dad, our life together has been more than enough. Your love is all I ever needed. I wish you and Mon enough, too.' They kissed and the daughter left.
The Couple walked over to the window where I was seated. Standing there I could see they wanted and needed to cry.
I tried not to intrude on his privacy, but they welcomed me in by asking, 'Did you ever say good-bye to someone knowing it would be forever?' 'Yes, I have,' I replied. 'Forgive me for asking, but why is this a forever good-bye?' 'We are old, and she lives so far away. We have challenges ahead and the reality is - the next trip back will be for one of our funerals,' he said.
'When you were saying good-bye, I heard you say, 'I wish you enough..' May I ask what that means?' The elderly man began to smile. 'That's a wish that has been handed down from other generations. My parents used to say it to everyone...' He paused a moment and looked up as if trying to remember it in detail, and he smiled even more. 'When we said, ‘I wish you enough,’ we were wanting the other person to have a life filled with just enough good things to sustain them.’
Then turning toward me, he shared the following as if he were reciting it from memory. . .
I wish you enough sun to keep your attitude bright no matter how gray the day may appear.
I wish you enough rain to appreciate the sun even more.
I wish you enough happiness to keep your spirit alive and everlasting.
I wish you enough pain so that even the smallest of joys in life may appear bigger.
I wish you enough gain to satisfy your wanting.
I wish you enough loss to appreciate all that you possess.
I wish you enough hellos to get you through the final good-bye.
The couple again began to cry and walked away. They say it takes a minute to find a special person, an hour to appreciate them, a day to love them; but then an entire life to forget them.
TAKE TIME TO LIVE....
To all my friends and loved ones, I WISH YOU ENOUGH!!!
By Alan on Jul 27 in Blog tagged care, corner, cowboy, cruel, dance, dirty, ears, experience, fences, forgive, grudge, influence, interfere, judge, judgment, kindly, life, love, older, saddle, sermons, skunks, think, tractor, troublemaker, wallow, whispered, wisdom, words | Comments Off
“LIFE IS SIMPLER WHEN YOU PLOW AROUND THE STUMP.”
“A HORNET IS CONSIDERABLY FASTER THAN A TRACTOR.”
“WORDS THAT SOAK INTO YOUR EARS ARE WHISPERED…….NOT YELLED.”
“FORGIVE YOUR ENEMIES; IT MESSES UP THEIR HEADS.”
“DO NOT CORNER SOMETHING THAT YOU KNOW IS MEANER THAN YOU.”
“IT DON’T TAKE A VERY BIG PERSON TO CARRY A GRUDGE.”
“YOU CANNOT UNSAY A CRUEL WORD.”
“EVERY PATH HAS A FEW PUDDLES.”
“WHEN YOU WALLOW WITH PIGS, EXPECT TO GET DIRTY.”
“THE BEST SERMONS ARE LIVED, NOT PREACHED.”
“MOST OF THE STUFF PEOPLE WORRY ABOUT, AIN’T NEVER GONNA HAPPEN ANYWAY.”
“DON’T JUDGE FOLKS BY THEIR RELATIVES.
“REMEMBER THAT SILENCE IS SOMETIMES THE BEST ANSWER.”
“LIVE A GOOD AND HONORABLE LIFE, THEN WHEN YOU GET OLDER AND THINK BACK, YOU’LL ENJOY IT A SECOND TIME.
“TIMIN’ HAS A LOT TO DO WITH THE OUTCOME OF A RAIN DANCE.”
“IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN A HOLE, THE FIRST THING TO DO IS STOP DIGGIN’.”
“SOMETIMES YOU GET, AND SOMETIMES YOU GET GOT.
“THE BIGGEST TROUBLEMAKER YOU’LL PROBABLY EVER HAVE TO DEAL WITH, WATCHES YOU FROM THE MIRROR EVERY MORNIN’.”
“ALWAYS DRINK UPSTREAM FROM THE HERD.”
“GOOD JUDGMENT COMES FROM EXPERIENCE, AND A LOTTA THAT COMES FROM BAD JUDGMENT.”
“LETTIN’ THE CAT OUTTA THE BAG IS A WHOLE LOT EASIER THAN PUTTIN’ IT BACK IN.”
“IF YOU GET TO THINKIN’ YOU’RE A PERSON OF SOME INFLUENCE, TRY ORDERIN’ SOMEBODY ELSE’S DOG AROUND.”
“LIVE SIMPLY, LOVE GENEROUSLY, CARE DEEPLY, SPEAK KINDLY.”
By Alan on Jul 27 in Blog tagged beef, cereal, crisis, crops, emergency, food, food prices, food shortage, fuel, higher prices, meat, milk, obwise, pork, prices, record highs, soy beans, storage, turkey, water | 1 Comment
By Alan on Jul 24 in Daily Inspiration tagged a visit to an advanced Master Gardener's farm, asparagus, currants, Dennis Adamson, Duane and Erln Madsen, gooseberries, Mapleton, master gardner, raspberries, Ut | 2 Comments
We ate so many berries that we almost ruined our appetites for the luncheon. While we were eating our luncheon Janet Stocks talked to us about the Cornaby family raspberry farm in Salem, UT. They grow 20 acres of raspberries and they harvest with an automatic harvester. They only grow primacane varieties so all the fall pruning that they have to do is to cut the canes down to the ground each year.
This variety does not have as many berries as other varieties, but are great for fresh eating. They are a rounded berry and very sweet. They have truly big berries, but also big seeds.
Maybe this has one has the biggest berries of all the varieties grown in their raspberry farm. Carolines: Of their 20 acres 14 are planted in Carolines. They have the smallest seeds, have the traditional raspberry flavor, are lighter in color and can be picked when they are a little greener. These are Janet’s first choice for jam. They are very high in antioxidants.
Heritage: A good spring bearer. This has a heavy crop. It is a sweet berry and softer than the other. Not as disease resistant as the fall bearers they grow.
Jacqueline: This has a long and skinny oval berry. It is very dark purple with a rich, intensely sweet flavor. It is quite seedy but, holds up well.
Joan J.: The core of Joan J has a hook at the bottom which makes this one harder to pick than other raspberries. It is an awesome berry and ranked very high on the antioxidant list.
Polka: This is a SHOW berry. It is 2nd biggest of those on this farm. It is a pretty red but, lighter in color. They come on earlier by about 2 weeks of the other fall varieties listed here. They have a tight skin which makes them shine and they hold their shape well. This variety is a favorite for fresh picking and for selling at the farmers’ market. They are planting more of this kind. Janet puts a fondant in the cavity and then dips them in chocolate.
They don’t grow the black raspberries because they have a lot of seeds are also tricky to prune.
The ones that the Madsen’s grow are: Huron: large, glossy attractive fruit, ripens early, bred to replace “Bristoll Black” which is also early but smaller.
Munger: Most disease resistant
Jewel: Superior quality, excellent flavor.
The purple raspberries they grow are: Brandywine: fairly erect, large, unsurpassed for pies, jams & jellies out produces reds by 25%, place 30” apart.
Royalty: sweetest of the purple raspberries, and good for jams and jellies.
The Taylor a red/purple raspberry: the Madsen’s think it is the best flavored of the reds/purple when really ripe, ready the first week of July.
Erlyn had the following comment on yellow raspberries, Brent Black grows 41 varieties of red raspberries (no purples or blacks) and a few varieties of yellows at his Utah State experimental station in Kaysville, UT. Every year they have taste tests and every year the yellow Anne’s win for the best taste of the reds and yellows he is growing.
Janet had several flavors of the jams that they make. They had a raspberry/jalapenos that she recommended trying it on the ham sandwiches we were making. I took her up on this and it was delicious with just the right amount of kick.
Janet also told us that their farm also provides many of the raspberries for the Bear Lake Raspberry Days held each August. Bear Lake, especially the Utah side, used to produce large crops of raspberries. This has declined in the last few years. This is similar to Strawberry Days in Pleasant Grove, UT where I reside. There used to be many acres of strawberry here and the celebration was started over 100 years ago to showcase the strawberries. Now they have to be shipped in for our celebration. Garden City, UT on the shores of Bear Lake is also known for their famous strawberry shakes.
There was even an article in the New York Times in 1989 about these shakes. My wife especially likes these shakes since she is an ice cream nut.
Of course there are many more varieties of all of the blackberries, currants, gooseberries, and raspberries than were listed in this article.
blackberries and raspberries.
By Alan on Jul 24 in Blog tagged Assembly, Benjamin Franklin, constitution, Convention, evolved, george Washington, God, hand, Independence Hall, John Fiske, National, politics, The Almighty, the fainger, Thomas Madison | 1 Comment