My back porch is my sanctuary, I love to be out there where I can hear the birds, see the clouds, enjoy my flowers and spend time with the Lord. The days are hot now so my time outside is limited, a little while in the morning and again in the late afternoon.
Wee little flower asleep in a seed.
You want to sprout but first you need..
a bit of dirt
a sprinkled drink
it won't be long.
I'm here to help you as you grow.
I'll shelter you from wind and snow.
I can't wait until you show your face.
Oh My, Hello!
Amy Ludwig VanDerwater
Isn't this orange hibiscus pretty? It's yellow but called orange because of it's orange center. If you look close at the one on the right, you will see it's trying to make a flower within a flower. Fascinating!
Arranging a bowl of flowers in the morning can give a sense of quiet in a crowded day - like writing a poem or saying a prayer. - Anne Morrow Lindbergh
This is a recycled candle sconce. I wasn't using it in the house anymore so I removed the candle and hung it on the porch to hold one of my ivies.
This is my garden, I'll plant it with care.
Here are the seeds I'll plant there.
The sun will shine, the rain will fall.
The seeds will sprout and grow up tall.
Many, O Lord my God, are Your wonderful works which You have done...
Our porch is very small and the plants have grown so much there's barely enough room for Mr D and I. Solution ~ Mr D needs to enlarge the porch. ))smiles))
Until Next Time Living day by day as the Lord provides.