This is a glimpse of some of my perennials.
I forget what they are called.
This is their third year and they're taking over this corner.
I did a photo/verse set-up for the end of the week Psalms.
These verses were found under the heading
"The Goodness of God"
in a scripture book I own.
Identification in order of the photos:
1. Me at Old Man's Cave in Hocking Hills
in southeastern Ohio.
2. A metal sun sculpture that twirls in the wind.
3. A sun motif on a metal lattice.
I have three that protect and support a clematis.
4. The red-head with her mouth open
is granddaughter Addy singing in her nursery school program
on a Sunday morning in the church where the nursery school is run.
5. One of the falls near Old Man's Cave.
6. Our town's reservoir with two ducks happily paddling
into the sunset.
O taste and see that the Lord [our God] is good!
Blessed is the man who trusts and takes refuge in Him.
I seek my happiness in the Lord,
and He gives me my heart's desire.
I give myself to the Lord;
trust in Him,
and He helps me;
He makes my righteousness shine like the noonday sun.
The lord God is my Sun and Shield;
the Lord bestows grace and favor and glory!
No good thing will He withhold from me as I walk uprightly.
Praise the Lord! for the Lord is good;
sing praises to His name,
for He is gracious and lovely!
The Lord is good to everyone
and His tender mercies are over all His works.
Friday our school officially ended for the 2010/2011 school year.
I am going back Monday to finish up my room,
but it's in much better shape this year, so it shouldn't take long.
I set the alarm this morning so I'd make it to the Farmer's Market when it opened,
which is 8 AM.
Then I slept off and on most of the day,
making up for several weeks of four and five hours of sleep at night.
Tomorrow I tackle the outside full force.
Blessings for the rest of the weekend.