It is a cold November morning in my corner of the world. I have been trying for weeks to get this blog started. I wasn’t sure how to go about it…and I am still not sure, but I decided to jump in anyway. I may be making some changes as I gain more experience.
I actually have two other badly neglected blogs. One is here on WordPress entitled “Fullfilled Prophesy.” I haven’t done much with it either, but I am resolved to do better because that subject is dear to me. I know you will notice that I have fulfilled mispelled. I didn’t catch it until it was too late, so I will have to live with it. The other blog is on Blogspot. It is “Nora’s Art Cache.” I haven’t posted on it for a long time either. I plan to move it to WordPress so all my blogs will be at the same location.
I am an early riser. I like to go out on my patio with a cup of green tea and feel the day emerge. The stars are still sparkling in the heavens when I sit down. I can gaze into the universe and marvel at the handy work of my God. Soon the sky to the east begins to lighten and the stars disappear one by one. The deep purple of the heavens turns cerulean then azure as the sun begins to peak over the horizon. Clouds glow in peach and apricot attire. The birds begin to sing at just the right moment before sunrise, praising God for the new day. Belle, my little Maltese, checks out the yard then comes an asks to sit in my lap. Together we watch the day begin.
There is a valley beyond my back yard with a stream meandering down the middle which then rises to a low hill. It is covered with hardwood trees. This time of year the hill has on her autumn finery of gold, orange, red and rust. The valley is a pasture where cattle graze sometimes and if I am lucky, I will see deer grazing there, too.