It is now the end of November. Our weather has not quite turned into full-fledged winter, but most of the leafy trees are close to bare. Not this cedar tree in my front yard! Continue reading Grace Always
I snapped a picture of this beach plant because I thought its fuzzy gray leaves were pretty. Only after I got home did I realize Continue reading Family Resemblance
I want to share my interesting discovery with you! Maybe you’ll find it fascinating, too! Continue reading Lessons from the Horse Farm- Part 1
I am proud to say that I’m still willing to learn at the ripe old age of 48! Yesterday my horizons were expanded by learning how to Continue reading How’s Your Grout?
My mother could not spend a day at any beach without walking a mile to search for shells. And if they were a particular kind, they didn’t even have to be colorful! Just mostly unbroken. Her eye was drawn especially to Continue reading Cherished Treasures
“He must become greater and greater, and I must become less and less” (John 3:30). What better illustration of this than the Burning Bush from my front yard? Read on and see what I mean… Continue reading Fruitful Fading
Our neighborhood has quite a number of these Montauk Daisies blooming right now, but this patch has got to be the most interesting! It showcases a mystery . . . who ate the petals?? Continue reading Who’s the Culprit?