new seasons remind me of God's mercy and faithfulness. a friend recently sent this psalm to me after a conversation and i love it, promising God's presence and care, but not the absence of pain or suffering. as we prepare to celebrate the resurrection, we will have to remember his death first. after winter comes beautiful spring.
i have been reflecting on contentment lately and the quickly approaching end of adam's training and all my heart has learned in these years of great stretching and also great joy. oh to have open hands and a teachable heart for the lot He gives. i am grateful to continually be learning this. i am also grateful for the little people i spend my hours among.
|miles has several best girl buddies|
|i'd say we got our money's worth out of these shoes after 2.5 yrs. the left foot was a bike brake for a time|
|a little flower-watering in pjs|
|a lovely wren pair has been building a nest in our geranium on the porch|
|so fun to watch the wrens|