|Flame vine on a neighborhood fence|
|I've been watching for it |
and saw it on my way to the bank.
|Today, in its emerging glory!|
(See last year's flame vine photos, too.)
|The curly vines always amuse me.|
|Could it be? Flame vine in a tree?|
Yes, blocks away, but it's the same kind!
|At home again, fresh folded linens |
on a fresh made bed (a new habit?)
|Alternating housework with lesson planning |
- then back in the classroom next week!
|Visit with an old friend from faraway|
|Afternoon clouds = whimsy!|
|Clouds always speak to me!|
(They have a whole category on my other blog...)
|Hanging out the WELCOME -|
a new flag for a new season
(but I still need to take down
the Christmas wreath from the front door).
|Warm cinnamon rolls|
for an after school snack = happy kids!
|My "new" sweater, |
$4 from Salvation Army,
nice and cozy!
"Who dares despise the day of small things...?"
Zechariah 4:10 (NIV)
Yes, I know that's out of the original context,
but the concept still rings true:
sometimes the little things in life count the most.
A quiet day (for the most part),
no big thrills, still important.
"Brothers and sisters,
think of what you were when you were called.
Not many of you were wise by human standards;
not many were influential;
not many were of noble birth.
But God chose the foolish things of the world
to shame the wise;
God chose the weak things of the world
to shame the strong."
1 Corinthians 1:26-27 (NIV)
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