Grandma’s Chickadees

I have my own picture window now, complete with bird feeder. Grandma fed her chickadees religiously, for years.  Filling  a rusted coffee can with sunflower  seeds, she loaded the feeder outside  her big picture window, daily. Seated...

A Wink, a Blink, and a Nod (#SmallWonder Link-up)

(Photo Source) Today, I’m grateful to be hosting the words of fellow blogger, Elizabeth Marshall.  Won’t you give her a warm welcome as she shares her heart? I am measuring beauty and grace in increments of fragmented seconds. Small flakes of wonder,...

Hymns (Beads of Notes and Words)

Both hymnals are dark burgundy, the edges of the pages yellowed from wear.  They sit in my oldest kids’ rooms.  One, I could swear, is the exact hymnal I grew up holding heavy in my hands as we called out numbers and pages and lifted our voices on long...

The Evening Breeze (#Small-Wonder Link-up)

This giant Maple is one of many shady spots at our house. They heard the sound of the Lord God walking in the garden at the time of the evening breeze . . . Genesis 3 It’s hot, humid, and I’m sweating just sitting in the evening shade.  Crisscrossed in the green...
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