I couldn’t agree with this sentiment more. We are called to do what we can and leave the rest in the hands of God.
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This photo was taken on the street wheremy sister lived, boetenmaakestraat (or something close to that). Apparently the city comes in every few years and slices the sycamores back to these little “who-tree” shapes. The people of the city are very happy because then the magpies are discouraged from roosting and doing their duty all over the cars. It looks weird but beats a daily car wash.
I haven’t done Sue’s challenge in a bit. But I had a great picture from Longwood that matched the thought! To see how others met the challenge go to:
Here is my thought on it:
The Eye Of Water, Longwood Gardens
This week’s questions that open our community conversation can be found at:
Go to Cee’s page and see how some of our other friends have answered the questions.
Here are my answers:
If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be?
I think I would be a giant redwood. As I understand it these trees may be the biggest things in the forest but they have very shallow roots and the only way they stand up to the storms of life is by interlocking their roots with other redwood trees. If I had to be a plant I would like to be one in fellowship with other plants.
If you could have a servant come to your house every day for one hour, what would you have them do?
Oh gosh that is a hard one but right about now I would have them take an hour a day to get all the projects around the house done that are being neglected because of my fall work schedule.
If you could have an endless supply of any food, what would you get?
Assuming I could still buy and eat any other kind of food I wanted I would opt for an endless supply of coffee from around the world.
What was one of your first moneymaking jobs (other than babysitting or newspaper delivery)?
Since my dad owned a restaurant one of my first money-making jobs was dishwasher and bus boy.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
I am grateful to have had another wonderful weekend with my C.cada friends and this week I am looking forward to the Toy Town Fall Fest. It’s planning crunch time!
Autumns Is Returning With All Of Its Glory!