She’s hot and windy
Pleasantly swaying goodbye
She repels autumn
© Leola Durant
So today is the last day of summer, but it’s pretty humid and windy. It’s a lovely way for summer to say goodbye as she halts autumn if only for a little while.
And He changes the times and the seasons; Daniel 2:21
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I am a Christian who believes in Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. I also believe that Jesus will soon return to this earth.
I believe that if the Caterpillar can fly we too can learn to fly. We just have to attach our wings in the right place. As you know the Caterpillar uses the Milk Weed as its host, its source for food. And we too have a "Host" and He also provides us with abundant food. If we used the fuel from this food (Scripture) effectively, we too would be able to fly. Our "Minds" can be freed from all burdens and stress. We can more easily be lifted up when we allow God to be our Host. He would continually feed us. God through His word can teach us how to fly...if only in our thoughts and minds.
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5 Replies to “Sometimes It’s Hard To Say Goodbye”
The other day when out in the yard with my dog I happen to look above the roof tops and noticed the rainbow of colors within the leaves on the trees.
It also means winter is soon to be upon us, ugh*
Beautiful! At least you have a bit of autumn in the trees.
Yes, the leaves seem to be changing early this year.
I’m a “summer girl” so it’s tough to say good-bye. I take comfort in the fact that summer is on the way again next year 🙂
Yes, we can start thinking about it– and the beauty of it is you can look over all the beautiful pictures you took this summer in the cold winter months.