A look back to days of easy traveling in May and some Gardens visited from my photo archives.
The Japanese Gardens in Seattle Washington in May of 2010.
In May of 2014 Katie and I toured the gardens at The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
May 2016, Mother’s Day in our yard in Kenmore, Washington. Our huge Rhododendron Bushes. With our “Coast Kids”.
May of 2018 Tulip fields in Chilliwack, B.C., Canada.
May of 2019 archives but we actually visited this garden the end of April. Manito Gardens in Spokane, Washington.
The primary reason I’m looking to my archives is that my photo uploads aren’t working yet again. I’m beginning to sound like a broken record.
The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever. Isaiah 40:8
I’ll leave you with good words that I’ve pondered recently:
I’ve been concentrating on Psalm 119 and Psalm 19 in my Old Testament Readings. In the New Testament I’m in Colossians. Here is a selection of verses from Psalm 119:
119:4 ~ You have commanded your precepts
to be kept diligently.
119:11 ~ I have stored up your word in my heart,
that I might not sin against you.
119:15 ~ I will meditate on your precepts
and fix my eyes on your ways.
119:18 ~ Open my eyes, that I may behold
wondrous things out of your law.
119:27 ~ Make me understand the way of your precepts,
and I will meditate on your wondrous works.
119:34 ~ Give me understanding, that I may keep your law
and observe it with my whole heart.
I’m adding a link to an article I read on Tim Challies blog that I want to be able to reference called; Is Your Church Christian or Christianish?
Mother’s day like other special days that have fallen within our social distancing time have and will be different. Plans are afoot for our family here for an outdoor gathering together on Mother’s Day since we have a nice day in the forecast.