Old Wood In The House

hyacinthstrong winter winds
old wood in the house
ceilings, floors, walls
startling me in the early hours
speaking to me this day


the way
Hope holds

This is a favorite poem from my first blog, Poems From Oostburg, Wisconsin. http://www.ellenolinger.wordpress.com

I continue to enjoy Ann Voskamp’s books, and I am learning from her that every blessing we note is God saying again and again that He loves us.

Some recent examples from my journal:

120. Pink water at sunrise

134. Water for the plants

145. Vine-ripened tomatoes in morning sunrise

146. Spring plants at the grocery store

Hyacinth: wpclipart.com.

For more information about Ann Voskamp’s books: http://www.onethousandgifts.com.

Author: Ellen Grace Olinger

"He hath made every thing beautiful in his time..." From Ecclesiastes 3:11a (KJV).

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