Saturday, December 11, 2021

A quiet post...

 













































May your Sabbath be restful, your heart be at peace, your hopes renewed as you ponder and give thanks for all you have been given, and may contentment fill your thoughts as you embrace the little things that bring you joy. 




Bless you,


11 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness what a beautiful, restful post - praying for you as always, my beautiful friend.

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  2. Lovely pictures Jennifer - may your Sabbath be restful too. xx

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  3. Hi Jennifer,
    Such great detail and life captured in your garden photos :)
    Beautiful sunflower !
    hugs,
    Joanne

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  4. Beautiful - most flowers and plants here are "asleep" for the winter. Your pictures remind me or their beauty to come.
    Blessings,

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  5. Beautiful stroll through your amazing garden. Living in a high mountain desert region where we average four to seven inches of rain per year, your garden is amazing with its abundance and variety - not happening here!! Praying all is well with you and yours.

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  6. Amazing Grace how sweet thou art! Blessings,Jennifer, as we begin the third week of Advent.

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  7. Such a beautiful garden you have established.

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  8. Amen. Your garden photos are lovely. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. Dearest Jennifer rest . Your garden is so lush and beautiful....How exciting elderberries. I can't wait to see how many you get to harvest. And what you do with them... How exciting.

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  10. What beautiful flowers you have in your garden Jennifer,thankyou for sharing with us xx

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  11. I loved the peace and beauty of this post. Thank you, Jennifer.

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