Scripture and a Snapshot-- Hope and Thanksgiving

 But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him. I Corinthians 2:9 

     This week, while shopping with my mom and my son, we found plants that were literally about to be thrown into the dumpster. To me, this is a picture of hope. I don't have a green thumb at all, in fact I'm really good at killing plants. But when they would have died anyway, by me buying them they actually now have a chance to thrive. The kids all helped beautify our flower bed the next morning. I've been counting my blessings. The pretty flower bed is another one. 

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  1. Your comment on salvaging the dying plants and that you're not a green thumb, I can so relate. I have saved a few of the almost dead plants that I've purchased. I love flowers, but am just not a green thumb because I do good at first and then get lazy about it. :) Hope your plants fare well. I did have great luck with some seeds I planted this past Spring, they grew and so lovely, but I didn't keep the package so I don't know what to rebuy next time. haha

    Peabea from Sunday Scripture Blessings

  2. I planted 6 containers of garden veggies this year. The cost was about $100 for all the supplies. I harvested 6 heads of lettuce and a handful of tomatoes. I feel your "not a green thumb" pain!


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