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?
Even feathers have things to teach us!
I found this cute little tree trying to grow in the crevice of an old stump last summer while we were camping in New Hampshire. The stump had been there so long that moss has taken hold of it, and the moss seems to be thriving quite well! Not so the stump.
What are your strengths? Have you ever considered the weaknesses hiding in those strengths? Continue reading The Weakness of Strength
The flowers of spring are a great reminder that even in the darkest, coldest winter we have hope of brighter days ahead. God is faithful!
Ever wonder why evergreen trees seem to lose needles in the fall along with deciduous trees? I thought they were supposed to stay “ever green!” But after strong winds and rain overnight, my driveway was covered in pine needles and oak leaves. The needles aren’t green, either! What’s going on? Continue reading Dropping Time
As I sat by the mountain stream that morning enjoying the serenity of the moment, I thought about the mist. It’s only there in the morning, until the sun warms the air and the water vapor disappears. It’s a beautiful sight, but you have to catch it at just the right time, or you’ll miss it! Continue reading Morning Mist