Two weeks until Easter. What will you do on Easter Sunday? Do you have regular traditions? As I ponder Easter, I am reminded how saved I am. I am saved from myself, all my feeble human thinking and my flaky plans. I am saved from the sadness and despair that society offers. Granted, Jesus did not promise lack of sadness, but He does promise life to the full. I am very aware of the covering of grace that protected me from many of the effects of my thoughtless moves and hasty assumptions throughout my life. Oh, thank you, Jesus. Thank you for inviting me to cast my cares upon you. That's big. Thank you for inviting me to know you and worship you. I DO want to be still and know that you are God.
Creation sings of your GLORY! Amen.
The pastels of spring are comforting.
Spring-y foods like spinach are so pleasing.
And more randomness - I like paper straws for drinking green tea. Smile. I must remind you that I like blogging for the images, not so much the writing. If I focused on the writing, it would take me much longer to post!
My friend Dormouse sent me a kitten card (this is the kind of kitty I am hoping for) and a Peter pin, which I put right on my red vest.
And speaking of red, a Little Red Riding Hood had Fairy Tale Day at school on Friday. Aw!
And last, a little reminder again that we are here to love our God and love people. People are plentiful and it is a privilege to love them.
God be with you this day.