Evening Stroll

It’s so wonderful living in the country. Since we moved to SE Georgia in 1993 from the Big City, I try to walk around the property at least twice a day. Clears the cobwebs, I get to talk to my LORD Father in private, then I sleep so much better once my head hits the pillow. Something I learned from listening to Pastor Andy Stanley (YouTube) is we should always thank our dear Father for our life. You know, he’s right! Even with all my aches, pains, problems, loss and worries, I am thankful for the life God has given me. He’s always so generous to us all. I’m so very grateful. He knows and cares about us all.

Today’s Devotional – Mark 8:35 NIV

Also, I thought I’d share a couple of pics from yesterday’s stroll.

Mushroom growing in an old Oak Tree
Rubberweed “Daisy”

It’s foggy this morning, which is a good thing. I’m praying that we’ll get more rain and that it will bring cooler temps. It’s been unseasonably dry and warm. Usually we’re in the 60’s during the day by now, but it’s been in the 80’s! That’s way too warm for late October. Steve has been deer hunting this year but he said it’s miserable trying to hunt with the heat. Too many bugs too. We might take the two wheels out for a spin later instead. Time for some delta breeze on our knees! *lol*

Y’all have a great day!