Showing posts from September, 2016

Misty Morning

MISTY MORNING - by  JULIE FORD OLIVER This post is to share Misty Morning by my dear friend  Julie . A photo taken close to my home inspired this gorgeous painting.  Julie had seen it on one of my previous posts and asked if she could paint it. To say the least she did a gorgeous job.  What an amazing work of art.   The cross in the sky says it all "keep Looking Up". God Bless You friend. May everyone have a wonderful week. Hugs Debbie

Summer's End

Here are a few photos to celebrate Summer's end. Heavenly skies... Season's bounty... Late bloomers....  Afternoon sunshine on a friend                        or                       two. God Bless and have a great week. Hugs Debbie


September has brought changes. There are signs that autumn is on its way. There are more and more leaves underfoot. Acorns have began falling. Soon the squirrels and chipmunks will be busy gathering winter's fare. These are all subtle and slow changes serving to remind us that seasons come and seasons go.  We know this is to be expected. It is the unexpected changes that leave us reeling.  We know with certainty that life will never be quite the same. Such was 9/11 fifteen years ago.  Today I am remembering all those ordinary folks who didn't see the changes coming but in a terrible moment's time became extraordinary heroes!  Please join me in "looking up" !  Have a blessed week. Hugs Debbie

Welcome September

Look what appeared to welcome September.   Yes a double rainbow! With summer being so dry we had not seen this lovely sight for quite some time. It always reminds me of God's special promise found in Genesis 9. "I have set my rainbow in the clouds and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. Whenever I bring clouds over the earth and the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will remember my covenant between me and you and all living creatures of every kind.    Never again will the waters become a flood to destroy all life."  vs. 13-15. May everyone have a blessed start to September.   Hugs Debbie P.S.  Don't forget to "look up" you just might see a rainbow too.