I have to see you soon, that's all I can say. Rho
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I should always have coffee before I try to comment... it looked like this .dmf;osrjw;j afj;aj sadfjaop ta;!What I meant to say was... Thanks I needed that!
Love the choir!
That's my kind of church! :-) Love it!
Oh that's wonderful! I am a Starbucks and French press gal myself. My son works for them and keeps me well stocked with bags of java. Your photos are just beautiful. Have a lovely day,Courtney
I have been out in my garden for a while already today, marveling at the bits of God's creation that surround me. It's great to see that others think the same way.Happy Sunday to you too!!Connie
Have to say I miss the loaf of BREAD at the top of the page... but totally EXCITED to see one rising in your pictures!! Oh how I miss that bread!!! Love your church- isn't gardening such a joy of the heart!! What has the Manchild been up to-- I miss him firstname.lastname@example.org
What a beautiful church service you had this morning! I have to say that my best conversations with God happen in my garden. Loved this. Happy Sunday to you!Jackie
Awesome post!! Happy in Jesus for all he has done.You have a lovely area for sitting and reading God's word.Have a beautiful blessed Sunday and coming week.
Now that's the kind of church service I attend!Brenda
May I join?Have ah wonderful day my friend.
I love you. I really do.
Oh! So you attend Flowerville's Bedside Baptist Church with the "hot" Reverand Starbux, located there on the corner of Patio and Main??Nice.lolActually, I love mornings like this...;)
Jayme, We attended the same " Blessing the Elements" Church today...:)So happy you posted this and Others in the congregation get it!~~HUGS~~
happy suunday jayme!i haven't commented for soo long but want you to know that i looooved this post! sooo much fun to see your flowers and all the beauty you are surronded by. happy day...love ya,peggy
I want to visit your church! Soon!
PERFECT, Jamye, absolutely PERFECT!Okay, what does that little coffee thing-a-ma-jig do? I know I've seen them before. This was a perfect Sunday post.
Jayme, thank you for the reminder to CHOOSE happy! I too attended church in my garden today, planting out tomatoes and helping DH as he builds the new chicken palace.Have a blessed week!
I feel closer to God in the woods and among blooming flowers than I do anywhere else on earth. Glad to know that we think alike! :)
Just beautiful, I love spending time outside with my flowers (and coffee) too! It is my church too.
Thank you for sharing your worship service! I love this post!
NOW this is my kind of worship!xo, Cheryl
Well I never really thought about it like that but this morning I took my Mother-in-law outside for a walk in her wheel chair and then we sat in front of the nursing home and listened to the birds and felt the sunshine. This is her first week there and it's been hard since she's not only got CHF but is also blind. Lots of changes for her. Guess this morning we had church too. Take care Jayme.
HALLELUJAH.PS - i ACCIDENDTALLY HIT THE CAPS LOCK BUTTON, BUT IT SEEMS SORT OF ORDAINED, SO i'M ROLLING WITH IT.
Many blessings to you on this beautiful Sunday.Cyn:)
I should join you next Sunday!
I've been to that church many times! The congregation is wonderful!
I think I'm going to start going to your church.Cindy Bee
I always feel close to God when I am in the garden. I know there is a poem like that, but can't remember the exact words. Have a great week, Jamie!
This was so inspiring! Thank you for your creativity and vulnerability! This city girl wannabe country girl enjoys reading your blog. It brings joy, peace and hope!
I go to the same church!
Would that church were always so open, honest, and refreshing! Oh, and the choir... just heavenly! Thanks Jayme!Lynda":<>P.S. Feeling better after my "Gooseadent."
What a magnificant church!
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