“The unchanging blue of a beautiful, sunlit sky still does not compare to the glory of changing clouds. And Earth would become a wilderness if not for their ministry to us.” -LB Cowmen, Streams in the Desert
“Men see not the bright lights which is in the clouds.” Job 37:21
“I have set my rainbow in the clouds.” Genesis 9:13
“Remember clouds are always moving ahead of God’s cleansing wind.” – LB Cowmen, Streams in the Desert
Links I love
when you wax + wane by Angela Parlin
because I love the moon.
what for better or worse really means by Marian Vischer
because this brought tears and tenderness.
fun size farming: how to unlock your landscape potential by Erin K Etheridge
because, I agree less bradford pears please, and more actual pear trees! because i promote the idea of strawberries being grown in front yard flower beds next to annuals. because I want to see more blue berry bushes in my neighborhood. yes please
7 days for your soul to catch up with your body by Emily P Freeman
because so far I listened to day one and it was such a gift to me, I had to share it with you.
eyes of gold by Ann Chinworth
because it reminds me of the mini-series I just wrote called Golden, on the topic of gentleness. and because I feel like Ann understand this golden gift.
a little lightness for your soul
It's poem o'clock Time for a rhyme— tick-tock ding-dong bing-bong or chime. Poems are wistful wish-filled sublime— Come. Unlock a minute for poetry time. —"Poetry Time" by Lee Bennett Hopkins, selected from I Am the Book, a great, light-hearted read-aloud for @poetryteatime or #summertime with its oceanic and beachy illustrations and verses. #livereadwritepoetry #poetryteatime
“Poems are wistful wish-filled sublime”
may June bring a lovely lightness your way;
like laughter and play,
like spinning pinwheels,
and barefoot in the green grass cartwheels.
love and hope in Christ,