Friday, March 20, 2009

To God be the Glory ...

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Barbara said...

Jnaie, When I got to your blog this morning, I was feeling a little anxious, I need to finish the dreaded income tax info, but after clicking on your post, I just relaxed and enjoyed the music and the flowers. Thanks for a perfect post for me at just the right time.

Thanks also for your prayers and words of caring.
We celebrated her life and her entry into God's Kingdom.

Hope all is well with you and especially Avery


Anonymous said...

Janie this is amazingly beautiful! The photos are fabulous as usual and the song is one of my all time favorites!!

We have at least another month for our Dogwood to bloom, here at the lake. There is a festival to celebrate the Dogwood, in April.

Our condo is surrounded by Lake of the Ozarks State Park. We drive through the park to get here. The woods are full of Dogwood and Redbud. Amazing to see. This drive, along with the view from our deck are the reasons why we bought this particular condo. There are more elaborate condo's at the lake. Upscale homes and condos around every corner, it seems. But it's hard to find an approach or view to top ours. For this, we give thanks to God.

Thank you, for this wonderful post!!

bj said...

This is so beautiful, Janie...thank you for sharing it with us.
Oh, how blessed we all have the love of God.
xo bj

Sue said...

You have made my day, I just stopped and listened and viewed those beautiful flowers. Thank you for sharing.

Stacy @ The Next-to-Nothing House said...

Absolutely beautiful! Thank you for this....those red dogwood blossoms take me back to days reading under the dogwood tree in my parents front yard. That tree is long gone, but your beautiful pictures brought back much treasured memories.

English Cottage in Georgia said...

so peaceful. :-)

Loretta said...

Hi Janie. I love your new header. Did you take that picture? If so where was it taken? It's sooo pretty that I could frame it and hang it in my great room! The window, the brick, the white chippy paint, that beautiful black iron bell, and the overhanging tree branches make this picture amazing. Hugs, Loretta

Unknown said...

Hi Janie,
This is so pretty...and I love the new header on your blog!

Smilebox is great isn't it?


The Quintessential Magpie said...

This is loveliness personified. GORGEOUS, Janie. :-)