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Flower Drops

 

When I was a child, I hated the color pink. I’m not sure that there’s anything about the color itself (I do like red) that irked me so, but until I was in my last couple of years of high school, I rebelled so hard against the stereotype that all little girls love pink. 38 more words

Photo Journal

Asking

“Have you been asking God what He is going to do? He will never tell you. God does not tell you what He is going to do; He reveals to you Who He is.” 7 more words

Faith

Famished for Fall

Click below for a reading of “Famished for Fall”
https://theimpetuarian.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/famished-for-fall.wav

Starving for crisp mornings and
Lessened heat in a place
That neither really ever happens… 111 more words

Poetry

Morning Rise (3)

Due to cloud cover I was not able to see the sun rising from the ocean this morning.

As always, being able to see the beginning of a new day is always a blessing. 25 more words

Photography

Too Soon for Autumn

https://themirrorobscura.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/too-soon-for-autumn.mp3

Too Soon for Autumn

Heat adheres to everything; there is nothing it does not touch.
Even cooled, shaded places hidden from sun are fragmented… 149 more words

Poetry

light at the end of the tunnel {wednesday wisdom}

There is always light at the end of a tunnel. Sometimes the tunnel is long, winding and dark, and at times it’s short and wide with a lot of interesting sights, and at times, it is bumpy and you fall down and break  bone or two with a little blood to show but all tunnels end in brilliant blinding light. 88 more words

Nature