Thursday, August 6, 2015

Thoughtful Thursday


"If we had no Winter, the spring would not be so pleasant; If we did not sometimes taste adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome."

~Anne Bradstreet

May you have a pleasant Thursday, sweet friends!

 
 "The one who loves us gives us an overwhelming victory in all these difficulties.  I am convinced that nothing can ever seperate us from God's love..."

~ Romans 8:37-38

8 comments:

CherylQuilts said...

What a beautiful vintage photo. Brings back memories, and what a precious Scripture from Romans, dear Kelly-Anne! Sending hugs!

Dee said...

Hi Kelly-Anne, I really like the picture in your post and the quote is so true.

I can't remember how old I was at the time, but when I was younger, I told my mother that I wished it was Christmas every single day. She told me that if it was Christmas every day then I would never be able to celebrate another birthday, or enjoy summer vacation at the end of the school year, or crunch leaves and see the beautiful colors of Autumn. My mother helped me to appreciate each day that God blessed me with because each day always gives me something new to look forward to... :)

Joan Siegmund said...

It is good to remember to enjoy where you are in life. Thanks for sharing and have a blessed day.

Ida said...

Each day is very precious. Thank you for the lovely reminder.

Blue Jeans And Teacups said...

the art and words are always so uplifting! Hugs from California!!!

Debbie Harris said...

Lovely post, Kelly-Anne.
I appreciated what Dee said, her mother was a wise women.

Your apple and cinnamon muffins look delicious by the way! I had to do some scrolling down as I've missed some posts.

Sweet blessings ~ Debbie

Lady Linda said...

Dearest Kelly-Ann,
Thank you for visiting my blog and for your very sweet comments. I do declare, you are the most darling blogger I have met! You make me smile and your blog posts are heavenly...in many ways. My mouth is watering just looking at your muffins. I love apples.
Hugs to you,
Linda

Lady Linda said...

I think I forgot the E on Kelly-Anne!