“I look behind me and You are there, then up ahead and You are there too–Your reassuring presence, coming and going. This is too much, too wonderful—I can’t take it all in! from Psalm 139:5-6 paraphrased by me
Last evening I enjoyed a most beautiful view of the mountains sitting on my front porch. Our neighbor, Rob, always has the most amazing display of fireworks for all of us to enjoy. I am able to enjoy these from my front porch. I had to forgo the homemade ice cream this year as I started a “little diet plan” recently. I have 10-12 pounds to lose.
Now that we have celebrated the birthday of our country, I am looking toward things blooming in my garden and Bob and I are going to take a few days away next week. Come see what I have been playing around with…just a little short visit in the garden.
These blue hydrangeas just gives my heart joy!
The tablecloth belonged to Mother…a little elegance with this beautiful hydrangea.
I was called away and did not finish my table. It began to rain so Bob brought everything in for me.
These are my precious bluebird plates that Bob gave me for Christmas several years ago. I think these are the only bluebirds I am going to see in my garden…my favorite bird.
The salvia has grown so tall and will bloom all summer. Roses are looking much better.
Instead of protecting the garden, this little angel sleeps all the time. Love his sweet features.
“Grant me, Oh God, the power to see in every rose, eternity; In every bud, the coming day; In every snow, the promised May; In every storm the legacy of rainbows smiling down at me.” -Virginia Wuerfel
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