It’s been a week of tears, of feeling my own fragility. The earth shakes, the waters rise, and life goes on for some of us. I don’t know about tomorrow. And so, in light of life’s uncertainty, I will count my blessings and embrace them. I will not waste these gifts, they too precious.
Consider what God has done: Who can straighten what he has made crooked? When times are good, Be happy; but when times are bad, consider this: God has made the one as well as the other…” Ecclesiastes 7:13-14
one-eyed dogs and the thumb sucking boys who love them
New life in lifelessness and rust
tennis shoe wearing tractor drivers
white ways of delight
three year olds on giant pieces of farm equipment…cautious enough to buckle up first (like that would really improve the situation?!)
He has told me today that he will drive a motorcycle and a race car when he grows up. My prayer life expanded immediately.
family movie/living-room-picnic night
sushi (I know this has been on my list before, but I’m still not over it)
And finally, fluffy chicken bottoms…You saw it here first folks.
334-413 of my gratitude list…started here: