Dreamy Days Of Summer

I want to think again of dangerous and noble things, I want to be light and frolicsome. I want to be improbable and beautiful and afraid of nothing as though I had wings.

by Mary Oliver

Friends, wishing for you a place to sit and dream to ponder and pray, to thank and reflect.
And wishing, too, carved out time to place your heart at His feet, thanking him for Fathers. Our Father who art in Heaven….we praise you. And our earthly fathers, we love and respect you.

Happy Dreaming. Hoping you discover a lush green space in which to dream.

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.–Phillippians 4:8

Linking today with Sandra Heska King for Still Saturdays

14 thoughts on “Dreamy Days Of Summer

    1. I was just about to visit you and comment on your post. Be there in a moment, :). But oh yes, this is in the heart of D.C. a respite from the busy at The Botanical Gardens.
      Happy Weekend wanderings, wonderings, and ponderings.

    1. Thanks for the invitation to come over to your place. Yes, this is at The Botanical Gardens in the heart of D.C. I look at it and feel all dreamy. I am glad you like the Mary quote. She amazes.And thanks for being here today. I appreciate the kind visit.

  1. Haven’t made a visit to the Botanical gardens, but have heard they are lovely. The picture and your words inspire a respite in me. God is so good and His grace is new every morning. May this day be one respite after another for you, filled with His mercy and His new adventures around each corner. Thank you for posting. I am so glad I found this blog! DAF

    1. Oh how kind, your words. I am humbled that you like it over here. Thanks for taking the time to comment. Because, yes it does take time to stop and do that. Grateful for your words to me this day. Blessings.

    1. Yes, it is lovely! Right in the middle of D.C. at The Botanical Gardens. Thank you for being right here. It is a pleasure and a privilege. I am grateful for your visit. And so glad you like Mary’s quote, as I do.

  2. Beautiful photo! I’m far from D.C. but have similar spots for respite in my own garden. How precious are our moments when they are spent in reflection with HIm.

    Blessings to you this weekend.

    1. And blessings to you. Enjoy your reflective time and your restful time this weekend. Humble thanks for stopping in here and thanks too for the gift of your message. One of the best parts of blogging is the sweet comments from readers. wishing His grace.

    1. Oh it is so great to have you here visiting, reading and commenting. What a gift. I am humbled by your presence on these pages. I do hope you will come back again and again and visit me on this journey.

      I do love this scripture. It is full of wisdom and encouragement.

      Bless you on this Sabbath, this Sunday, this day of rest. May you have peace and joy on this day.

      wishing His grace….elizabeth

    1. Yes come any time. How I wish this was at my place, though we have lots of comfy places. This is at The Botanical Gardens in D.C. Would so cherish time in RL…maybe one day. Bless you.

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