Seriously reflective and accidentally funny. Quirky, artistic, culinary snob. Helpmeet to a witty Farmer who keeps her securely grounded when her inspiration splashes out like a boundless waterfall.
I'm thankful for the book of Colossians, too. i was reading chapter 3 today... one of my all time favorites.: )
My husband went to church in Rockford, IL. He grew up in Marengo.: )
Did you ever just lay back and look up at the clouds as a child? I used to and look for shapes of things.Lorna
Thanks for letting me know where you are. And, yes, I DO read your blog! LOL. Of course, the last month I've been doing good to read anyone's, but hopefully things are slowing down now.Loved the poem you shared. It especially struck me for my oldest daughter, who has been searching for God's path for her for so long, and he just has her waiting. Not only that, her 2 dearest friends (one her sister) have moved away this year. I'm sharing it with both my older girls.
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