Then God said, “Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in
t’s been raining a lot for the past couple of weeks, so I pulled out my new camera to capture the gentle light and some of the rich colors. Here are a few of the best images.
today I am posting a few photographs of the blooms beginning to come out in our garden. Flowers for the dead. Beauty for ashes. Hope for a better tomorrow. Poignant reminders of the rhythms of life.
The blessings, of course, are simply those things that remind me of how grateful I am. And sometimes it takes little more than the aroma of English Thyme when I’m sitting on the deck with a cup of tea and a curious camera….
what the flowers do is to stand like a visual promise that anything is possible, and everything planted in love will take root. They couldn’t have come at a better time.
two children who embrace life full-on, passionate, throttle wide-open, and brimming with enthusiasm.
the more I do understand the more the beauty and the complexity and the simplicity and the scope and the fine detail and the limitless possibility inherent in all that I am constantly learning leads me into God’s embrace.
Today my theme is still the emergence of spring color here in the woods around our home in Wake Forest.
This is what Jesus was talking about when he said that the world will know that we are Christians when they take notice of how beautifully we love one another. That’s supposed to be the neon sign that tells the truth about who it is that we follow.