As harvest progresses, I am thankful for a healthy crop and prayerful for the safety of those who are harvesting it.
I am also mindful that many farmers in the Midwest will not have a harvest this year.
While floods have never really been a problem for us in the middle of Montana, we have certainly felt the disappointment of a crop ruined by the forces of nature. That is why my heart is heavy when I think of the families who will struggle to put their lives back together and start again with next year's crop.
On a lighter note, I'll be answering some questions tomorrow. If you have one for me, leave it in the comments today.