I eventually did throw them away but they were just in pieces by then.
Fast forward a couple of years and look what we have going on.
But growing gourds by our lamp post wasn't what I had in mind for new landscaping. You can see all the flowers in the top pic. We'll probably have quite a few gourds to decorate with! grin
Rod doesn't think that this is quite as funny as I do. I don't know there is just something about it that resonates with me.
Maybe because it is growing despite being in a horrible location: in rocks among those evergreen bushes. I guess it reminds me that it is in those rough spots that I have tended to grown the most. It is in the rough places that we have to dig down deeper to get our roots established in who He is. We have to push ourselves to the
I think that sometimes that desire to dig down deep is easier to find than others. But it is still required.
How are you blooming?
In a Bible study that I am doing, the author is discussing thorns. "Why, Lord, do I have this thorn?" I have a thorn and it is stretching me today. It discourages me, it makes me doubt myself and makes me feel oh so weak. But Jesus says "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness."
So, despite my thorn today, I will bloom. Because He IS enough. More than enough.