“The timeless in you is aware of life’s timelessness. And knows that yesterday is but today’s memory and tomorrow is today’s dream.”
― Gibran Khalil Gibran


(Julie Cook / 2014)

Time is a short commodity on this end.
Life is a tad overwhelming right now, and yes, there will be a surgery next Tuesday— we’d be most appreciative for lots of prayers for my son please. . .
However I did want to offer you something bright, cheery and colorful on this beautiful Spring Morning.
And as so many bloggers seem to honor the way of the wordless Wednesday, I too shall be quiet.
Well, more quiet than usual. . .
Please enjoy these vibrant magenta balls which are currently gracing my walkway.
Happy Wonderful Wednesday and may time always be on your side.

7 comments on “Time

  1. ytaba36 says:

    You can count on positive thoughts for your son, from Down Under.

    • Thank you Yvonne–it’s complications from kidney stones resulting in a tear in the UT, which is healing poorly–he’s not been in the hospital and spent the night since he was 3 months old…I just pray they can remedy his misery and get him pieced back together for his big day in June!
      I appreciate the positive thoughts!!!
      and may I add how much I liked yesterday’s post “waterways”—Venice has such a melancholy beauty–fading wonderment–
      thank you for sharing

  2. y. prior says:

    the magenta balls are stunning – and I will pray that surgery goes well next Tuesday – whew – have anise day. 🙂

  3. Lynda says:

    Julie, I’m experiencing spring vicariously through your beautiful pictures. Please be assured that prayers continue for your son. Isn’t it just amazing how the internet allows people from all over the world to know that they need to pray for your son. The noosphere is filled with prayers for his healing and quick recovery and for a wonderful wedding day! Blessings.

  4. ptero9 says:

    Prayers for your son and your entire family Julie!

  5. Prayers will continue to come your way! May your feel the Lord’s presence with every step you take between now and Brenton’s surgery. Hugs and love, Natalie 🙂

  6. Good morning Julie! I will be praying for your son. Beautiful flower 🙂

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