Three years and nine months ago, these buffalo berries, junipers, and Nanking cherries were just a few plastic-wrapped bundles easily held in my arms. Destined to become a windbreak, it was difficult to imagine those sorry little sticks ever making a dent in any wind. But now, I'm proud to say, they’re starting to make some small snowdrifts!
Granted, the cows and deer will have to wait several more years for the trees to grow big enough to shelter them, but at least the mice, birds, and rabbits can rest leeward.
“And each one of them shall be like a hiding place from the wind and a shelter from the storm….” --ISAIAH 32:2 (AMP)