Come and enjoy Linda Hoye’s post for Five Minute Friday 6.8.2018 – Fly

I especially enjoyed the truth and wisdom in Linda’s ending:

“There’s something to be said for putting down roots and deeply inhabiting a place. There’s something about finding contentment here and now, and letting go of a hunger for new, and better, and different. There’s something about crafting a life you don’t have to take a vacation from.   – Linda Hoye

Also enjoy Linda’s quote of Henry Fielding:
“I am content; that is a blessing greater than riches; and he to whom that is given need ask no more.”

Have a Great Weekend

FMF: Fly

Be sure and enjoy Angela’s poem FMF: FLY – for Five Minute Friday Link Up: Fly. Come try Five Minute Friday and get some inspiration and have some fun!

The Abundant Heart

seagull flying behind a ferry

When I was young, I learned to creep and crawl;
Then standing, I began to walk about.
It wasn’t long before my legs could run,
With friends and sisters I would play and shout.

I’m older now, and running less and less.
One day perhaps the walking, too, will slow.
But when I breathe my last, then I will fly,
To meet my Savior yonder I will go.

Psalm 90:10  The days of our years are threescore years and ten; and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength labor and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we fly away.

Written for the Five-Minute-Friday Link-up: FLY

Copyright © 2018 Angela Umphers Rueger – All Rights Reserved

Photo taken in Outer Banks, NC, 2017

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Birds Give Me Hope

Don’t Miss Dwight’s Beautiful and wise verses with great photos too in – BIRDS GIVE ME HOPE!

Roth Poetry


Birds Give Me Hope

When the world around us spins out of control

Feeling all is lost // feeling fear’s on a roll

Just look out the window // watch the birds

Coming and going without a word

EER_0603.JPGRed ones // blue ones // yellow and brown

Eating seeds from the feeder // as some eat off the ground

Songs always follow as they sit on a limb

Raising their voices // like they’re singing a hymn

EER_0737.JPGEER_1498Watching out for each other with a harsh warning call

Knowing danger to one is danger to all

Some birds are pests // just like us humans

Predators and freeloaders always fuming

EER_0157EER_0214But in the end // they all live as one

In their woodland communities when the day is done

Continuing on with nest full of young ones

EER_0179They have no king //no queen nor president

But they all live together each…

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