Follow by Email

Monday, April 22, 2013

Woman At The Well



Having fun with phone photo apps...
and featuring my music as well...Life is good....



Woman At The Well

A dusty road,
The mid-day sun.
Our Lord sits down.
His work’s not done.
He rests alone,
And comes a woman.
“Sir, you are thirsty.”
He says to her,
“Go call your husband.”

So speaks the Lord
Straight to her heart.
A sinner she,
We know the part.
They talk some more
She finds what she sought.
“Sir, You’re a prophet.”
He says to her,
“Drink living water.”

Our Lord has come 
To offer each
Eternal life 
Within our reach
Come to the well of life eternal
We are open vessels. 
Wash away our sin.
Feed us living water. 
Fill us to the brim.





A hand pump was the best 'well' I could find in my area....mosaic effect



I really liked this mirrored app!


original

All Rights Reserved.  Please ask permission for use of any part of this post, thanks.


Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Valuable Junk


I love wearing bracelets, and so far I haven't lost one as I move my arm in and out of mailboxes along my delivery route...
But my collection has grown to overflowing and I was running out of counter space.  Traipsing through Target, I had an AHA moment when I spied a white ceramic chip/dip platter on clearance and could visualize my collection all arranged in its confines♫♪

Joining


Mosaic effect from my phone app


Isoline app



original

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

UTF Unable To Forward

Playing around with my phone apps....My poem inspired me♫♪


UTF…Unable To Forward

The stamp said Forever
But Lady Liberty let me down.
Hand scribbled, “U T F”
Across the name of the town.

Just a catch-up note
No romance, no plea to be with me.
But I was caught by surprise, a jolt
To find no address, no remedy.

What do I do with it now?
Tear it, toss it, tack it up?
Terminating  seems so final, kapow!

So the letter lies forgotten
In the pile of lists to-do
Until one day a text comes, unbidden
“Hey, what’s up with you?”





Joining 

All Rights Reserved.  Please ask permission for use of any part of this post, thanks.