Friday, March 30, 2012

friday fences

all things come round to him who will but wait.
~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
i'm learning the beauty of waiting.  that would be the opposite of pushing through doors and forcing my way through.  waiting for God's timing.  waiting with faith in my heart and a smile on my face.  and one day, everything will come full circle.

joining jan and jer for friday fences.


  1. Great fence shot! Interesting edit.

  2. Isn’t it is wonderful to know the God has everything under control?

    But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint. (Isaiah 40:31)


  3. nice perspective in this the wagon wheel! God has a plan for us all...he is the one in control! Be patient unto the Lord!!!

  4. So true! I'm not good at waiting either! Nice shot too!

  5. I so like this image...and I need to learn to be patient.

  6. Just a great entry all around! Well done.

  7. great shot. love the quote as well. i think we all could be a little more patient. myself included. i've been working on that for a while now. my mom told me the othe day i was a lot like her Dad in that way. i never met him ... but it is funny to think i am a lot like him. take care. (:

  8. okay.. LOVE the processing... and as you learn.. please post a tutorial... I am learning too! :)

  9. Very neat edit! Love the quote too.

    Thanks for stopping in at my blog, I appriciate it, Mountain Mama.

  10. oh what an extraordinary photo... and an even more incredible perspective. i want to learn the beauty of waiting too. thank you for this, dear friend. e.

  11. Mountain Mama,

    I'm so glad I found you (through Emily). As I read about the story of your life with Mountain Man I understood who you are. I've been where you are. You're so much younger than me, but your experiences are so similar to mine.

    "Did I mention that I'm a city girl?" That was me, too. Lover of Jesus? That's who I am, too.

    You wrote "learning the beauty of waiting" in this post. To be able to say that and mean it shows a maturity in Christ that some people look for their whole lives. Our family is waiting on Him right now, too. But for different reasons. From what I've see on your blog, I believe I'll discover new aspects of who He is from your journey.



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