Enrich:

:to improve the quality of (something) : to make (something) better, etc.

Our family has been enriched with the addition of another daughter in law this year. Dan and Jamie are a team that yield new things for our family to enjoy.

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Don’t tell anyone but I do not can. My mother canned but it’s not something I’ve tried or am comfortable trying. Jamie does can. Dan and Jamie plant a garden and they have fruit trees on their acreage in the country. They have apple trees. They use their bounty well by canning some of the excess.

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Their salsa is amazing and we have gone through 3 of these large jars of it in the last few weeks. We are so happy they shared their canned bounty with us! Their land is not a farm at this point so instead of farm to table we’ll call it land to table!

We appreciate the fact that our son is not alone on his acreage anymore but has a lovely wife by his side to enrich his life and ours!

8 thoughts on “Enrich:

  1. Kudos to Jamie for canning – and sharing! I don’t can either, but I love seeing jars of produce. So beautiful!

    I’m so happy for your family as you welcome a new daughter.

  2. A big congratulations to your dear son! My mother canned and I wish I had paid more attention as I don’t know how to do anything other than jam. Have a fabulous weekend! I am gearing up to start another semester of school on Monday. πŸ™‚

  3. How wonderful for you all that Jamie cans! I used to do a lot of canning but not so much anymore. However, we can’t go a year without canned salsa and pickles!

  4. How great to share in the bounty that your son and Jamie grow and process. I usually make salsa, but didn’t this year, so I was glad when my brother and his wife gifted us with a quart at Christmas.

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