Thursday, April 28, 2011

RAINDROPS ON ROSES...

For a sea of endless days raindrops have been stringing themselves like glistening Swarovski Crystals onto a vine like necklace...Droplets gathered themselves onto tiny beginning buds...The roses were weeping...Heads bowed in silent reverence for the lives and homes lost in the recent swath of storms sweeping across the US...Would you join me in lifting those touched by the recent storms in prayer?

16 comments:

sonya said...

I will gladly join you, Sandy. So many tragedies...just heartbreaking.
Hope all is well with you, my friend.
Blessings,
Sonya

Becky K. said...

I am already there....may God be very close to those whose lives changed so tragically and so suddenly.

Lorrie said...

Praying for those who have experience such loss and devastation.

LiLi M. said...

I'm with you too Sandy, I was so shocked when I saw the news today. Let's do what we can do for the victims and the survivors.

Vee said...

It's incredibly sad. Between your experience and Becky's and a number of others... As Becky said this morning, "We are not in charge."

Kasia said...

I'm with you in this hardship, this is something horrible that happened... So many people fighting nature. We are together in prayer.

Hugs,

Marianne said...

I have been having a hard time enjoying our late afternoon sunshine because my heart is saddened by the events of these last few days. I have been and will continue to pray for everyone who has suffered a loss.
And as always, Sandy, your post is beautiful. Your words, photography and gentle music always touch my heart.

Coleen said...

Praying for my darling friend, Marcie, The Rustic Victorian.....I was on the phone with her when it went quiet.....

Heart Hugs,
Coleen

Terri said...

Beautiful post...did and will send out thoughts and prayers.

Dorthe said...

Dearest Sandy,
yes I will, the tragedies all over southern US are terribly, so many lost relatives,-and homes.
Your post are so beautiful , in every way, Sandy.
Hugs ,Dorthe

Diane said...

Absolutely, Sandy. Prayers are much needed....
God bless and we are all so glad that you are safe!
Diane

KathyB. said...

Beautiful post, and yes, prayers for Texas and other states suffering such devastation.I have wondered how so many of my blogging friends have fared throughout this steady stream ( storm) of bad weather.

Charlene said...

So pretty! We are finally getting some much needed rain today. Hope you didn't have any damage when all those tornados went across. Some were near us but, moved on. Stay safe. Charlene

Elizabeth said...

Yes, of course! How lovely are the photos. :)

Rebecca said...

Prayer going up right now for the broken hearts and dreams left by the wayside of the storms.
Blessings to you this Mothers Day, Sandy
Rebecca

Shopgirl said...

Beautiful!!!! hugs, mary

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