rejoice

All right, this is for the current challenge on Salt. The team there have created some absolutely beautiful projects. I wish I could create that kind of impact. Oh well, practice makes perfect (or at least better, I hope!)



This week I need to sort out lots of things, especially in the garden. Various bits and pieces need potting on or planting out. I’m aware of all the things that need pruning, tying back, tidying up, but know I can’t set myself impossible goals. There is a continual war between my energy and my ambitions (even on a small scale), if I do. I have to accept that I can’t do all that I would like. Feeling very weary. And still haven’t posted photos from last week. Rest stop 3 approaches so we’ll see how I feel after that. Everything in segments! Sigh. It’s necessary, though. In all these things I have to remember where to find my joy. It’s that constant need to study my priorities, to see what is most important, and re-order my approach to life accordingly. It’s not an easy thing, especially when something in me simply wants to howl.

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4 thoughts on “rejoice

  1. this is a beautiful layout and I hope it reminds you that you can find things in which to rejoice in the Lord, even when life is hard going

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