The title of this post is from 1 Corinthians 13: 8. The above verse is quoted from 1 Corinthians 13:13. King James Version of the Holy Bible, which is in the Public Domain. I rearranged the words in this presentation.
Reprinted from a post in December 2009, when we began this site.
In 2015, I began taking photos often. Then a pause, and I began again yesterday. It was the right time. These are a few of my favorites.
This photo from April 2015 is of primroses beginning to grow again, through leaves from the previous autumn. What a hopeful image.
This photo from May 2015 shows fallen forsythia petals on leaves, with some light in the garden. I realized that poetry helps me to see the photos already present and waiting in the garden.
Lake Michigan – May 2016
I am grateful to all who make it possible to have flowers from stores in winter. This photo is from February 2018.
And since I began this post with primroses beginning to grow, I would like to end with a photo of primroses in bloom by Karl (May 2010). The old leaves, the new leaves, and the flowers are in one image.
After an appointment for me in Sheboygan this past summer, we walked by The Sheboygan River. Then we went back another day, and Karl took photos. Today I am learning how to add images with the new Gutenberg editor.
quiet morning a caregiver rests in kind and good care
These are different times for me now, and I am so grateful for all the times. And I love playing with all the colors!
“The Sheboygan: a healing river”
Wildflowers and Butterflies
The resilient images of perennials, more butterflies, and a healing river . . .