In a recent adult Sunday School lesson, we studied the proverbs about diligence. One of the verses came to mind as I was raking leaves in our yard today.
I went by the field of the lazy man, and by the vineyard of the man devoid of understanding; and there it was, all overgrown with thorns; its surface was covered with nettles; its stone wall was broken down. When I saw it, I considered it well; I looked on it and received instruction … .
It’s too easy to be lazy and put off yard work. But with that proverb running through my head, I stuck with it and finished the job. After what happened today, I’m glad I did!
Nice flag in the window!
That is one great photo, Andy! Especially since it is an evening/low light shot. Love your photography on your blog!
Oh, and the post wasn’t bad either 🙂 !
The memory of snowflakes drifting through the street-lamplight at the intersection of Milford and Summit Avenues came to mind when I looked at this pictur: a quiet and peaceful evening in a neighborhood of houses tucked in with a blanket of snow.
How did Ohio get winter before Minnesota? Must be the great big lake effect.
And to think we had almost 80 degree weather earlier this week…
It’s still snowing this morning—big honkin’ flakes!
Truly gotta love the flag. I have one just like it in the music room, here in Korea!!! 🙂 The snow looks beautiful, but I think that I’ll let you have it. Still sticking with the autumn weather here. Katrina is right, it is reminiscent of winter evenings at home.