expect miracles

The following videos tell just a part of the story of my family mint farm.  It was a 3 year journey, give or take a few years.  I am sharing these videos to present a mint miracle, not to dwell in the past.  If your farm is facing financial difficulty; and find you are in danger of losing the land beneath you…Please, reach out.

My story is a happy ending…it is only through communication we can help each other.



EVICTION DAY… August 28, 2009


February 5,  2010


4 thoughts on “expect miracles”

  1. I have just watched all of your videos – what a story, what a farm, what friends. I am from England and grow mint at home, and on what we call an allotment plot – land owned by the local council, and rented at low cost to folk to grow on. Normally 1 plot which is 10 rods, more than enough for a family of 4 to grow lots on. In all where I grow the land supports 300 plots. I love growing, and I love growing various mints for home use. So in a very small way I can relate to your love of the land, and the fight you had to stay on it. Well done – you, your family and friends inspire others.

    1. Thank you for your kind words, Mark! Yes, it is quite a story, and we are blessed with many, many friends…I appreciate the time you took to share your thoughts and your own experience of the love of the land. Many blessings to you from the mint farm ~ Linette

      To forget how to dig the earth and to tend the soil is to forget ourselves ~ Gandhi

  2. I read your story in Guideposts and was really touched by your experience, and so glad that you were able to save your farm. There is no description in words to adequately describe the love and loyalty to one’s home and land. You and your family are in my prayers… God has a wonderful plan for your work at the farm that will bring glory to His name!

    1. Annette,
      Thank you for the validation that God has a wonderful plan for the work at the farm! It is an uphill battle that is totally worth fighting for…we are blessed. Your words have empowered me. Blessing back to you from the farm.
      Linette, TMFD

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