492. All that we behold is full of blessings. ~William Wordsworth

You pray in your distress and in your need;
would that you might pray also in the fullness
of your joy and in your days of abundance.
~Khalil Gibran

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Looking out across a freshly mowed lawn
Sunrises and sunsets ablaze with color
A doe running in the field with her fawn

Quiet summer nights that are mild
Followed by a raucous chatter of birds in the morn
The infectious laughter of a child

Reading a new book by candlelight
Laughing with family and friends
And summer storms through the night

So many things to be thankful for
So many things to enjoy
So many things already and so much more
~By Pamela B. in VOICES OF NATURE

Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows. ~James 1:17   ✝

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28 thoughts on “492. All that we behold is full of blessings. ~William Wordsworth

  1. That could be my backyard!! I love such special moments of the encounters and / or observations with “nature” in the wilds. I always feel, when I’m in the presence of God’s marvelous creation, that He has given me such a private and special gift. Thank you for the reminder of those wonderful gifts from a loving Creator and Father.
    Hugs and love—Julie

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      • Thank you so much Natalie!! I am really great. Just getting used to my new (old) surroundings 🙂 More responsibilities…less time. But I am so grateful for my beautiful life!! I am happy you were in your garden…I know how much you love it….I am sure you will be tired after all your hard work. Sending you much love!! ❤

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  2. Wordsworth… Gibran… great authors for a great post Natalie!
    So many things to be thankful for…
    Merci 🙂 and much love to you, have a nice week-end ♥

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