It is amazing to see the Creator's handiwork in various climates. Yesterday, I was in the humidity and hotness of East Texas. Today, I am in the breezy sunshine of Lancaster County, PA. I was so happy to see that my yellow foxglove is blooming as is my Monte Negro Day lilies. I will try to get some pictures.
Tomorrow, it is back to the daily grind and I wonder what is in store for me. I did not call and check up on anyone as I figured what was THAT going to do? I wonder whether or not my struggle with the bureaucratic wheels of purchasing where resolved or am I returning to a Hornet's Nest?
I have many thoughts and ambitions of projects to do with the veterans this summer that have come forth due to this vacation. Don't know if all that will happen. One of the things that I will try to do is to rebuild the pond that is in front of the Medical Center with some plants... some Taro that I brought with me from Texas... The pond that is by the hospice is hopefully cleaned and no longer under my wing. While I was on vacation, I found a starter book on how to rebuild the pond.
I read this blog today that has me revisiting my shaky foundation in faith. I made a promise to my daughter to stay in PA until she graduates from high school. Promises have to be kept, or else, what good are they? I have asked the Lord to guide me with the issue of relocating to Texas as it is so overwhelming to me filled with confusion. I will definitely miss the cool breezes and the smell of the big deciduous trees, but family is so important. Daughter says she is thinking of going to a college in Arizona so she can live with her Dad after high school. She will be old enough to make her own decisions at that time...