Central Indiana is having a terrible drought and a stint of above 100 degree weather. Our well has faithfully provided us with water, a true test to its depth. We are blessed.
I’ve noticed how the wild animals in our yard are being resourceful. I saw a female cardinal sticking her beak deep inside the water sprinkler in our garden to glean a tiny drop that had yet to evaporate. I notice butterflies flock to flowers I have recently watered to drink from the drops still hanging on leaves and petals. My friend has watched squirrels steal green tomatoes from her garden, I assume, for the moisture they contain. Thirst is a common denominator of late.
So, I’m sharing my kale with worms.
“And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.” Hebrews 13:16 (NIV)