Miracles Missed

Think about this.  It seems we are constantly blessed and yet we do not even know it. 

If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.
Buddha

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10 Responses to Miracles Missed

  1. Caddo Veil says:

    Such a gorgeous iris, Martha!! Wishing you a blessed Palm Sunday weekend! love, Caddy

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    • You too my dear sister. I have a first draft of my book proposal. Please keep those prayers coming! Love and hugs, Martha

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      • Caddo Veil says:

        You got ’em, Sis–praying strong!!

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      • Thanks, sis. I’ve printed it out, prayed, scribbled the editing needed, picked the sample poems to include with the proposal, and will sleep on it and do what final editing the Lord leads me to in the morning, then update and email it before heading off to an afternoon baby shower. Made the baby a quilt which is partly a “tied” quilt and features log cabin blocks and all in gentle baby colors, but is backed in a wild cow print since babies do grow up. lol

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  2. Such intoxicating pure beauty! Thanks for sharing!

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    • You are most welcome, my brother! I like to think of flowers as kisses from God. When you think about it, they must be as they don’t feed our body for the most part, nor house us, nor much of anything else but bring us love and joy!

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  3. loopyloo305 says:

    just wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Sunshine Award! Congratulations!!!! You can find more information and pick it up at my blog:http://loopyloo305.com/2012/03/31/the-sunshine-award/

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