Pray with Jill Geoffrion
What was God thinking and feeling as Adam and Eve made their new life outside of Eden? The biblical witness is silent, but if I had been God, I would have felt really sad. 398 more words
1 day, 7 hours ago
The plan for today was to get up early and drive to Giverny, which is famous for Monet’s garden. However, with a midnight finish we decided to postpone Giverny and spend the day in Chartres, an unplanned, but much needed rest day. 427 more words
1 day, 23 hours ago
In response to this week’s Black & White Challenge from Cee, here is an image of the extraordinarily intricate carving above the great door of Chartres Cathedral. 7 more words
2 days ago
Judith Shaw - Life on the Edge
Last fall the City of Albuquerque put out a call to artists to submit design proposals for a permanent public art installation in a new Rose Garden in the Albuquerque BioPark. 620 more words
2 days, 5 hours ago
“Working it out” seems a part of my DNA. So does a deep connection with the ground.
Creator, sustaining life holds challenges, but possibility is always as close as my feet and hands. 402 more words
2 days, 12 hours ago
Sometimes, even when it isn’t possible, I want to go home.
Help me to learn that even if I feel far from You, My Home, I am not. 388 more words
3 days, 11 hours ago
I guard what I don’t trust others to care for as I would.
Guardian of my soul, Thank you for Your fierce protection of all that needs safety. 351 more words
4 days, 13 hours ago