Sunday, April 11, 2010


Look closely. Do you see the difference in the pictures? The top two are from 2 weeks ago before I left for Cincinnati on Easter break. I had to bend down closely to see the buds forming in my rose bush.
When I returned my eyes widened at the change in just 4 days.
I don't know what that does for you, but it gives me
"For I know the plans I have for you,"
says the Lord.
"They are plans for good and not for evil,
to give you a future
a hope."
Jeremiah 29:11 TLB
Friday night I had no color in my life. I was drained and heading toward being distraught.
But in between obligations, I checked out the sites of women I can relate to and also read comments they've put on mine. A lot of scripture. A lot of poetry. Photographs. Deep thoughts that I don't always get the first or second time due to Fibro fog, but I persevere!
Yesterday, last night, and this morning, I read the regulars, clicked on new ones, and with each post I felt something inside me. Renewal? Encouragement? God at work? Yes, to all three.<>
Thank you. My world is much greener today.
If you're interested in where I was Friday, check out "A Warped Door," the entry below this one.
If anyone close to you, or even you, suffer with chronic pain, then God might want you to read it. (That's between you and Him!)


  1. He is always at work ... sometimes it is easier to see than at other times ...

  2. that does look hopeful!

  3. This was good and the warped door was powerful.


I welcome your thoughts. Please let me know you stopped by.