My mom Natalie

What a beautiful soul who touched so many lives. I will miss you terribly darling Natalie, but I know we will meet again in the garden of your dreams…

Sacred Touches

* My mom was an eloquent writer–an artist with words.

* My mom was a gardener–waiting and working expectantly for spring and the roses that abound in her yard right now.

*My mom was photographer–enjoying the colors and sights that God put into this world.

*My mom was a quilter–making each quilt a special treasure for the one she was making it for.

*My mom loved me fiercely–I’m proud to call her my mom.

**Most importantly, my mom knew Jesus Christ as her Savior and Lord–God forgave her for her sins because she called on Jesus in faith!

My mom met Jesus face-to-face on Monday the 8th. We will all miss her terribly but are glad we get to see her in Heaven one day!

Thank you to all mom’s blog friends. I know she loved you. Here are pics of her garden blooming right now!

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Seeing with the eyes of the heart…

“I am so grateful that surrender had taught me to willingly participate in life’s dance with a quiet mind and an open heart.”
― Michael A. Singer, The Surrender Experiment: My Journey into Life’s Perfection

sparkels

The untethered soul
cannot be chained by circumstance
or relapse
into the insecurity
of the mind….
temporal attachments
have no hold
on those
who see their worth
through the eyes of love…

Spacious hearts…

“In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”
― Gautama Buddha

spacious heart


As we gaze deeply into the hollow of spacious hearts
and quaff the nectar
of gratitude
kindness
and compassion…

Awakened at the center of love
and grace,
being wholly steeped
in surrender…

We are safely
enclosed
in the essence of
existence,
immersed in the gentle flow
and vibration
of Earth…

partakers of the present moment
more than our physical bodies…