4 thoughts on “Picture of the Day – February 9, 2014

  1. Roses and pansies are my favorite flowers. These red roses bring to mind the cleansing, healing, delivering, saving blood of our Savior, to Whom I give thanks every day. And He is the Rose of Sharon. Thanks for bringing this to mind. These are beautiful.

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  2. Hi Kara! I’ve so missed coming by, and have thought of you often. I see I’ve only missed two posts and that you haven’t posted this month yet … I do hope all is well with you!! I have not been blogging lately either … feeling a bit ’empty’ about what to share, and we’ve had some family concerns to walk through, but we know with much prayer and faith, things will work out!

    I also like your new ‘look’ around here. This is a very nice theme, and such a beautiful photo! Roses are perfect for February … well, actually they’re perfect anytime! I’m hoping to be back blogging soon, but in the meantime, I’ll be looking forward to your next post. Have a blessed weekend!

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Debbie. Yes, I am okay. Sometimes, I get down in the dumps and feel totally uninspired. I’ve been stressed, too, about getting the house ready to sell, along with some minor health issues.

      I totally understand about not knowing what to share. It seems that there is a lot more to write about when we are up at our place in AR. We’ve been gone for two weeks up there working on the house, and hopefully, I will have some posts next week about our time there.

      I hope things are okay with your family.

      Love and Hugs! -Kara

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