Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee. Isaiah 60:1 Every morning before we get ready to go to work, Chad and I walk our two dogs for about 20 minutes. This time of year, the light is breathtaking especially when it breaks through the trees … More Arise, shine…
When the year winds down, sometimes it is hard to find the natural beauty. If you look hard enough, it is always there to find. This time of year the beauty lies in the details: a fallen leaf, a hickory nut shell or some dried grass.
“Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree.”-Emily Bronte
I sometimes wonder what goes through an animal’s mind when they see us humans going about our day. Do they have the thought process to wonder why we do the things we do or are they just wondering when we are going to feed them again? I know these cows like to eat!
1 Chronicles 16:33 Let the trees of the forest sing, let them sing for joy before the Lord, for he comes to judge the earth. Being out in the woods is one of the most peaceful places on earth, in my opinion. I love to stand among the trees and hear their songs, and, yes, … More Let the Trees Sing!
Merriam Webster Dictionary defines “lichen” as any of numerous complex plantlike organisms made up of an alga and a fungus growing in symbiotic association on a solid surface (as a rock). That sounds like a complicated definition for something that can actually be very pretty and delicate. On a nature walk on the farm, I … More Likin’ the Lichen
“But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream!” Amos 5:24 Chad and I love to go on nature walks on our farm and there is one area that is my favorite. It is part of the remnant of an old limestone quarry and I could stay there for hours. The … More Never Failing Stream
Just about all baby animals are just so cute, but there is something special about calves for this farm girl.
Get ready for a deluge of fall photos coming soon from me. This time of year is so beautiful in South Central Kentucky and is only bested in my mind by Spring.