20 September 2010

On, In and Around Mondays - Frosty

Nearing the end of September and Autumn doesn't linger here. Forecasts began to call for frost early in the month, and we would wake in the morning, not sure what we would find.

Yesterday there was no more questioning.

And so it's time for cleaning the garden, pulling up vines that have withered. The vegetables don't seem able to tolerate the cold.

And yet flowers blossom still, colours dance in frenzied winds that bluster strong. Soon even they will hide, leaving the blacks and whites of winter.

For as long as Earth lasts, planting and harvest, cold and heat, Summer and winter, day and night will never stop. Genesis 8:22 The Message

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5 comments:

Michael Perkins said...

Can I just say that I love how beautiful the pics are that accompanied your words. You truly have a gift.

kingfisher said...

Frost, already? I'm glad we don't get it this early in my part of the country. (Though we've been having some record rainfalls.)

What kind of flower is it in your post? It's interesting. I guess I'm not familiar with it.

I pray that God will bless you richly and give you eyes to see the abundant life he has for you. (Sometimes we are looking at the down sides and have to look harder, peer back and remember, to realize we really are rich beyond measure, that we really have had an abundant life in Him!

I'd be glad to have you stop by my site.

Thanks.

L.L. Barkat said...

That upended red wheelbarrow. How I liked that. Truly. :)

Jingle Poetry said...

lovely image!

Faith Hope Cherrytea ~ said...

having just been out to sw mb a few days ago, i'm trying to decide where you're close to..
catching the rolling hills looking just like my home turf and where i stopped to soak up the beauty on wednesday last .. gorgeous!
blessings on you today ~

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