Originally Posted by RevVW
I just wanted to let all of you know how wonderful my Sunday was. I conduct two services Sunday am, one at 9 one at 10:30. As I left quite early to make it to the first service, I watched the mist in the valleys (I live the foothills of the Ozark Mtns), saw the daffodils starting to open, and thought, "they've been praying for/with me." It made for a wonderful albeit, rather busy day. I'm still smiling
I spent a summer in the Ozarks a few years ago, just outside of Eureka Springs, maybe an hour or two from Fayetteville, I don't recall the distance, just lots of greenery everywhere you look, and of course, rolling hills. And that big white statue.
We went swimming in Beaver Lake.
I like daffodils. Miss flowers like those - here, sigh, the warm weather has begun - which means 5% humidity, sunburn, and a lot of dust. I feel like a raisin. But on the floral side, we DO have beautiful, extremely fragrant citrus blossoms starting now. And the winter crop of citrus has to get picked, so lots of fresh grapefruit juice and lemonade.
But this thread is about prayers. Now that my life has calmed down some I am back to my usual sunrise prayer practice. It's so peaceful. I light tea candles along the windowsill.
It feels good to think of everyone on this website throughout the day. Sometimes, when I'm cranky, I'll remember how many friends I really have and it makes a difference.
Vern we're glad you're here.