I was out in the garden, I have missed it. Even though
my poor flowers have been sadly neglected, they continue
to bloom and do their job. For me that makes me happy.
Doing a job when no one is looking.
I have these planted in my Zinnia row, so they must
have come out of the Zinnia seeds, but they look so
Yep, just blooming because that is their job, you guessed
it because no one was looking.
I loved this picture because I caught the sun shining
just a bit on the Larkspur. Blue and purple, I just love
I loved this little bit of pink Larkspur. I have to tell
you how ashamed I am right now, because after
a conversation I had today. I became very discontent
with my life. It doesn't happen to me very often, but oh
my goodness, it fell all over me like a whole bushel of meanies.
I knew that if I didn't corral my thought life, like Transforming
my mind before my husband walked in the door, Oh dear, it might
I sat down here and looked through the pictures I took this morning
and I remembered why I do what I do, then I read this.
"I have prayed that the Lord would work His whole will in
my life at any cost. And then fears immediately arise in my mind
all sorts of imaginations---of what the cost might be.
God gives us the grace that is needed for each day.
WE don't need to fear the future or what God might do."
"And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that in
all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound
in every good work."
(2 Corinthians 9:8)
Choosing to jerk my mind back to where I am supposed to be,
to sit and count my blessings one by one. To rest in the place
I am and of course, bloom where and when no one sees. God sees
and that is enough.
Have a great Wednesday!
Oh, that men would give thanks to the Lord for His goodness, for His wonderful works to the children of men!(Psalm. 107:6)