Good morning, Dear friends and Prayer Partners! This is the day that the Lord has made and we will rejoice and be glad in it! Brilliant sunshine already and the temps are supposed to reach 83 today. I am still keeping my windows closed, though, and the A/C on, because of the high pollen count. I swept off the porch again yesterday, but it was almost a losing battle because the wind was strong, so for every broom full I pushed forward, the wind blew half back! I won't attempt it today, because the wind is blowing again.
Last night I stepped outside to see where the heavenly display of the moon, Jupiter and Venus were and the quarter moon was directly overhead. I almost got a crick in my neck looking up, but Jupiter was some distance away and Venus was still in the western sky. They are all getting further and further apart, but still beautiful!
I did not go out yesterday until the schools were out. Wednesday is early release day for the elementary schools, and there are two of those in the neighborhood, and then high school is out about 1, and middle schools last, so I plan my outings for either morning or after the school zones are open. So I went over to the park and saw some tourists excitedly pointing to a large gopher tortoise right by the parking area, and another gopher tortoise was at his tunnel again. What I have been used to all my life is totally new to some northeners. I forget that sometimes. They probably have things in MI. or Ohio, that I am not used to seeing, especially in the bird category. But God is good!
From the Promise Bible NLT:
How wonderful it is, how pleasant when brothers live together in Harmony! For harmony is as precious as the fragrant anointing oil that was poured over Aaron's head, that ran down his beard and onto the border of his robe. Harmony is as refreshing as the dew from Mount Hermon that falls on the mountain of Zion. And the Lord has pronounced his blessing , even life evermore.
I always give thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers with thanksgiving, joy and love!
Love and hugs,