a Five-Minute Friday exercise on the subject: SIMPLIFY
Mentors have poured themselves into me... Now I am saturated And desiring to be wrung out... So others too may benefit—
I will remember the works of the Lord.
My garden’s a place where I take in the fresh air, Follow the butterfly With silent, watchful eye,
This is the Rueger version of the Opie version of a poem learned by George Sweetman, of Wincanton in Somerset, England, in his childhood, c. 1842.
Diamante written by a high school student
A set of little rhymes to help teach young children to identify the numbers 0-12. I'm looking for an illustrator....
Most of my posts are written to inspire or to instruct. This one was written merely to share a bit of myself....
I will let Your perfection override my feelings of imperfection and do what You instruct me.
God’s plan rarely makes sense except in hindsight.