...whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Phil 4:8
My help comes from the Lord, who made the heavens and the earth!!
Psalm 121 : 1,2
Is that snow on that peak??? Beautiful photo!BlessingsLinda
I'm giving it a try...it doesn't seem intuitive but what the hay.
Okay, I don't like it. :D I'll tell you why...I loathe having to copy and paste in my addy and I don't see anything for Blogger listed. Am I missing something? The photo of the mountain is wonderful!
LOVELY VERSE LOVELLA.........DON'T CHANGE ANYTHING MY BRAIN CAN'T LEARN ONE MORE NEW THING......LOL
Lovella,I just stopped in after getting some recipes from Mennonite Girls Can Cook. I really appreciate your "About Me" part in the margin. You articulate exactly how I feel about my "way of life."Blessings,Jody
Looks like I missed all the excitement of something new, but sounds as if it wasn't much fun. I was trying to imagine how it would work....well anyway, I'm glad you got it sorted out.Lovely snowy mountain in the photo. And the orange berries in your previous post were interesting. I saw a few of those last year this time when I was in Washington. Your farm report story was entertaining!
love the photo Lovella....Mt. Baker?
Oh Lovella I hope those berries ripen fast, can't wait to get those BC blueberries in our groc stores. Or maybe I just need to head into the bush to pick my own..
blueberries? and we don't have our strawberries yet. blueberries won't be here until late July , early August.oh but they are so good when they get here - blueberries, raspberries and bananas on my morning cereal! Mmm mm!
Nice picture of that mountain. I took some the same day, but guess what, my favorite got stuck in the delete file....A good reminder of our focus.This outlay looks the same to me...I'm not sure what you are talking about.
We've tried to gorw blueberries here in France, not much luck so far. But I remember when I stayed with my daughter in British Columbia, we would go out and pick, make jam, mmmm, so lovely.
Oh I so wish we had some blueberries in our back yard, I really need to plant some starts in the fall. Beautiful picture of Baker.