Have you ever wondered why when a friend or family member want’s you to taste something you’ve never had before and you ask them what it tastes like, the response is most often, “It tastes like chicken!” Then once you’ve tried it you find—it didn’t taste like chicken at all, but something quite different all … Continue reading Tastes Like Chicken
When a good seed is planted in healthy soil, its only deterrent from growing into its purpose is the external elements that try to destroy its growth process.
Beauty so high beyond compare, Of purest light, Its breath—my very air. An expression outside of thought, A feeling without beginning, Above price—cannot be bought. Its ease emboldens my soul, Such refuge, a delicate balance; With newness that never grows old. Fragrant lavender—Iridescent blue; Bright star, ever brightest in the night, Attached by a crimson … Continue reading Forever True
Bless the LORD, O my soul! O LORD my God, You are very great: You are clothed with honor and majesty—You, Who cover Yourself with light as with a garment, Who stretch out heavens like a curtain, Psalm 104:1. I sow in tears the joy that overwhelms my soul, for I know that Your grace … Continue reading Bless the LORD O my soul!
Have you ever misplaced something of value only to find that after searching for hours—what you are anxiously looking for eludes your grasp? In most cases it is only when you’ve given up your search and resolve yourself to never finding it—that the solution appears. This may be because the answer is not in the search—but in the reason for the search.
For Sarah, Jeremy and Sam—humility is not acknowledging the cost of the gift—but being thankful they were able to give it.
Since the tender age of eight, I’ve enjoyed countless different ways to use my varied creative talents and abilities. After being taught by my maternal grandmother to crochet, I began making hats, scarfs, gloves, ponchos—you name it. When asked by my third-grade-teacher one day, "Where did your mother buy your beautiful hat?” I quickly replied, “I … Continue reading The Unquantifiable Equalizer
From the moment of conception there is a unique destiny planted within each individual heart by the Creator. That seed although singular in purpose, throughout life will transform into many opportunities to accomplish the Divine planned purpose. There will be many gardeners who will come into each life to water, fertilize and de-weed the path … Continue reading Life’s Intersecting Points
It was a different life, but a good one. It was a good one!”
With a passion to preserve nature’s purity and man’s connection to it, Brunswick, Georgia native, Mary Hambidge left a legacy that has touched the lives of artists, writers and scientist from across the globe. Throughout her 87 years of life, she inspired all those who met her from every walk of life. Her work in … Continue reading Weaving Nature Into A Life Tapestry