I am glad to participate, in the challenge of capturing weekly Fall color, at Festival of Leaves.
We are at week 11, for our Spring Festival photo hunt. If you can, visit Dawn Miller, who so graciously has tackled taking on some photo challenges, throughout the year. If you would like to know more about this fabulous garden, you can click here, for Schreiner’s.
Even to your old age I will be the same, And even to your graying years I will carry you! I have done it, I will bear you; And I will carry you and I will save you. Isaiah 46:4
i got a letter the other day
i didn’t read it until today
sometimes i have to be
at the right place in my mind
to receive the words from
my friend so kind..
this one did it for me today
her words of kindness
had much to say..
from one whom
has had a hard life
but you wouldn’t know..
it brought tears to my eyes
because it was heaven sent.
positivity from my friend so kind
when i know in fact her world is not..
much to be glum about
but she is not.
reminding me to love
and be thankful for those that do..
to look for the good and for animals too
that are in our care on planet earth..
so a reminder to me
to not murmur nor complain..
be a light in this world
that seems as though
it is losing it’s glimmer
thank you friend for coming along
and sending me a lovely letter..
When this time of year approaches, I find myself humming my favorite songs. I do sing to, but my raspy voice, and little frogs, get wedged in my vocal cords, or something. Therefore, what I hear is not always pleasant, but I do know, is that it comes from my heart. I am so very grateful, that we, the children of that time frame, had the opportunity to learn about music, in song. It contributed to my enthusiasm for listening to music and singing along. We had chorus back in those days, and I looked forward to it. I share this today, with croaky voice and heartfelt wishes for a Merry Christmas!