Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven. Matthew 5:16
The sun is low in the sky from an eastern window in my sun room, where it is striking my the corner of my left eye enough that I will be getting up to shut one of our bamboo shades soon. :) Sky is clear and blue after a rainy cool weekend. We are going to pick up a little heat this week and should make it to 80 at some point. Generally here in upper South Carolina we consider Easter the 'mark' for when to plant your tomatoes. Now it should be fairly reliably warm enough to put them out in the ground.
I purchased a 6 pk of little Hillbilly Tomatoes this spring from a feed store in a nearby town. I did not know at the time how prolific and large this heirloom variety is supposed to get. I think I may give one or two to a friend. We just don't use that much any more--even in a year! I do keep a little pantry but seriously-- it stays little for a good reason.
I am watching the little fly catcher birds swooping down toward the water. They are using my neighbors boat as their launching pad. A lone mallard duck just flew buy and their are song birds singing and chattering all around me. Hubby has gone home to his camper to work for the week and I expect he'll be here for next weekend when the weather is supposed to be lovely. I've got a test tomorrow that should find out what has been troubling my tummy the past weeks or month or slightly more. I've lost some weight mainly around my gutt--which is nice actually--although it is a symptom too--so that's not as nice. My eyes are still bothering me too which seems to be part of the same problem--which is why I do need to go shut that shade.
I do look out and see the wonders of what God has made here on Fishing Creek. A ring in the water where a fish has surfaced, spreading outward; birds flying, a spider outside my window preparing her web; and the bright spring green trees across the water on the little island. God's light shines all the time on us, let ours shine on each other too, that we may glorify what He has given us.
Have a lovely Pokeberry Day and may your week be blessed as you go about shining your light.