Monday, November 18, 2013

Good Stuff

 The feast week is nearing.  I found these twins in my files (three years ago, methinks).  And I simply wanted to gaze upon their beauty and I thought you might like to feast your eyes on them, too.  They match!
I'm off to school.  I'm a tiny bit more tired than I was last week at this time.  
Words from 100 Days in the Secret Place:
"Submit yourself peacefully and simply to the will of God, and bear your sufferings without struggle."

Good stuff.

11 comments:

Farm Girl said...

So sorry you are a bit tired this Monday. I love the quote.
I hope your day is filled with lots of good things.
I will pray for you. I will be thinking of you too. I wish you were here to have a cup of tea and watch the sun rise. We have another storm coming so the sky is filled with pink.

TexWisGirl said...

good stuffing. :)

Betty said...

I am submitting myself peacefully and simply to the will of God and I am grateful to say I don't have any sufferings to struggle with. It's been a peaceful day here making my fairy and clearing up gold glitter which I seem to have walked through the entire house! I think if we had a power cut we will be able to see in the dark anyhow. Your pie looks nice, I'm guessing pumpkin. Betty x

cards4ubylouise and other treasures said...

Mmmmm made two pumpkin pies already...they are GONE...the great pumpkin eater (my husband) got at them!!! Will have to make some more. He says he could probably eat a whole pie in one sitting, if he could, but I won't let him!!! Thinking of making our turkey this week for my birthday. How do you get your turkey so golden brown mmmmmm turkey sandwiches with cranberries and miracle whip and lettuce, sounds so good right now. That would perk you up, don't you think???

Kezzie said...

Mmmmm, chicken....
That book sounds a great one!x

magsmcc said...

Sandra left me some resolution cards, and today's was about embracing my current season of life and living with a sense of contentment- 1 Tim 6:6. I have it on the fridge. Tough call just now, but needed. I can smell those Thanksgiving beauties all the way down my street!

ann said...

Getting hungry. Turkey looks delicious.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

hope you're able to catch some rest and the pie looks delicious, Pom.

Lisa Richards said...

I gotta make a pumpkin pie! :)
Take care of yourself, my friend!

Left-Handed Housewife said...

The turkey and pie look delicious! I'm feeling tired today, too, but am cheered by the thought of Thanksgiving next week.

xofrances

Fat Dormouse said...

Look after yourself, PomPom. drink tea, lots of it, and spend time snuggling up to God. And Bill as well, of course!

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