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Wordless Wednesday: proflific (at last!)


Weekly Photo Challenge – Prolific




Mama of this empty nest, I’m content to live a quiet, country life with my husband of 40+ years and to view the gorgeous sunsets off my own back yard deck. Mama to three adults and Nana to adorable grandchildren, my empty nest fills up again with noise and laughter when they all return 'home'. A former English teacher, reporter/editor, education director for a non-profit organization, and stay at home mom, I retired after a season of substitute teaching at a private academy. Now I enjoy time spent with my grandchildren and family and writing words that seem to pour out of my soul or wandering around the countryside with my camera. Foremost, my faith sustains me as I meander through the empty nest stage of life. My favorite scripture is 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18: “Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”

11 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: proflific (at last!)

  1. These are so pretty. Our Parks Department has planted these along I65 and as you travel the road, little spots of sunshine are popping up. It really lifts your spirits and brings a smile. Glad they used some of our tax dollars to brighten the day. 😎


  2. How beautiful! My mom had all colors of jonquils. I just have a few, and they’ve already bloomed and are fading. It’s amazing they can survive the cold weather at the end of winter. This year our spring has been cold and windy too!

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      1. Same with pansies….they live through the freezing cold and snow and pop back out in bloom when the first warm days come along!


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