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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Inspired by . . . a month in photos: April

It’s been a lovely  month of rain, and sun, and rain, and sun. I can’t believe we’re getting ready to say “hello” to May.

It’s been a month of welcoming old friends back into my life. The scissor-tail flycatchers are back - five of them this year! Milkweed is blooming, my roses are blooming, coneflowers, blue sage, lantana - - all blooming and welcoming a myriad of butterflies {photos I’ll be sharing soon!}, bees and other creatures! For those of you in northern climes, spring is coming, and I promise, she is worth the wait!

Thanks to all the rain {I grumbled about all winter} the Texas wildflowers are blooming in abundance! The sweetest man in the world says he has never seen the land as green as it is this spring.

Light overshadows the darkness and hope springs forth as a new bud. Love reigns down, and redemption rises to slowly, and tenderly encourage each petal to open to the Son-light.

This is April. This is new life.

 

APRL_Collage

 

Favorite photo of the month:

 

TexasPainbrush

“Faith does not operate in the realm of the possible.

There is no glory for God in that which is humanly possible.

Faith begins where man’s power ends.”  ~George Mueller

 

Sprinklings of God’s mercy and grace:

1. The butterflies, oh, the butterflies

2. Birdsong

3. Feeling the warmth of the sun, and the Son again

4. Lunch with a friend

5. God’s perfect provision, just when and where we needed it

 

When you look back at April,

what do you see?

 

Blessings,

June

Sharing inspiration here:

Mona’s Picturesque

P52 Sweet Shot Tuesday with Kent Weakley

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Always a joy to stop by here.

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  2. Thank goodness for Texans like you with beautiful gardens where the monarchs came come and lay eggs so then I may see some up here in New York...Michelle

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  3. Sweet, Barbie, thank you, friend :) always a JOY to see you.

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  4. Beautiful pictures. I hope your recent bad weather did not destroy that beauty.

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  5. Always beautiful, friend. And praying for #4 for us because I really want to have lunch with you. <3

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  6. It was a bit soggy, Betty, but all is well! Thank you for visiting!

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  7. A special prayer, indeed, my friend! Something lovely to look forward to :)

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  8. Gorgeous collage! The Indian Paintbrush mixed in with the Bluebonnets adds such a vibrant splash. I miss those flowers so much. And the Scissortails! Miss them, too, as we do not see those birds here.

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