I have a story to tell and something new to reveal, so come with me on a walk through my neighborhood.
As much as I thrill to the riotous color of spring and summer blooms I am soothed by the many shades of green found in nature.
Woodland greenery sprouting up from an old log.
The shiny leaves of an Oregon Grape.
If you’ve seen Our Story you’ll know that it is more than we ever deserved.
Now we’ve been called to a new place which I shared about in my post Life Interrupted.
OH, you just have to see the pictures!
I finish my circle through the neighborhood and end up back at my house where I capture the view from the top of my driveway . . . ancient evergreen trees against the backdrop of a misty Mount Rainier.
Yes, I will be sad to leave this place I’ve called home. But something about the name of the city that will be our new hometown leads me to believe that my camera and I will be spending a lot of time together as we settle in.
Excitement mixed with sadness but no fear of what is in store for us.
“Do not remember the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing, now it shall spring forth; shall you not know it?” – Isaiah 43:18-19
When the Lord asks, “Shall you not know it?” He is saying, “Do you want to open yourself to My new thing? Are you willing to embrace it?” (Link to full article HERE)
What about you? ARE YOU being called to a new thing? If so, I’m excited for you too!
Blessings to you,