May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011 Under: Spring


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tina is off to Missouri to attend a family reunion with her dad. The tornados have not dissuaded them. So, please remember them in your prayers.  

We are not complaining about this year's rainy Oregon spring, but we would welcome a few days of sunshine.  

I am busy putting the finishing touches on Infinitely Trees, the story about what God did in my life while I was raising Kurtis.

Doug and I are spending the long Memorial Day weekend at the coast. Our home away from home.

Take care, and may you be showered with blessings.

In : Spring 


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May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011 Under: Spring


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tina is off to Missouri to attend a family reunion with her dad. The tornados have not dissuaded them. So, please remember them in your prayers.  

We are not complaining about this year's rainy Oregon spring, but we would welcome a few days of sunshine.  

I am busy putting the finishing touches on Infinitely Trees, the story about what God did in my life while I was raising Kurtis.

Doug and I are spending the long Memorial Day weekend at the coast. Our home away from home.

Take care, and may you be showered with blessings.

In : Spring 


Tags: clover kurtis tina ""infinitely trees"" 
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May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011 Under: Spring


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tina is off to Missouri to attend a family reunion with her dad. The tornados have not dissuaded them. So, please remember them in your prayers.  

We are not complaining about this year's rainy Oregon spring, but we would welcome a few days of sunshine.  

I am busy putting the finishing touches on Infinitely Trees, the story about what God did in my life while I was raising Kurtis.

Doug and I are spending the long Memorial Day weekend at the coast. Our home away from home.

Take care, and may you be showered with blessings.

In : Spring 


Tags: clover kurtis tina ""infinitely trees"" 
blog comments powered by Disqus

May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011 Under: Spring


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tina is off to Missouri to attend a family reunion with her dad. The tornados have not dissuaded them. So, please remember them in your prayers.  

We are not complaining about this year's rainy Oregon spring, but we would welcome a few days of sunshine.  

I am busy putting the finishing touches on Infinitely Trees, the story about what God did in my life while I was raising Kurtis.

Doug and I are spending the long Memorial Day weekend at the coast. Our home away from home.

Take care, and may you be showered with blessings.

In : Spring 


Tags: clover kurtis tina ""infinitely trees"" 
blog comments powered by Disqus

May Flowers

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, May 27, 2011 Under: Spring


Isn't this gorgeous? A field of red clover near our home.

I look forward to this every spring. The area we live in grows crops for seed. Red clover is one of those crops and undoubtedly the most gorgeous. 

The big May birthday event is over for our family. Doug is busy trying out all of his new gismos and gadgets. 

I have had a devotional published in the Secret Place, Summer, 2011 edition. You can pick up a Secret Place at any American Baptist or First Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church.

Tina is off to Missouri to attend a family reunion with her dad. The tornados have not dissuaded them. So, please remember them in your prayers.  

We are not complaining about this year's rainy Oregon spring, but we would welcome a few days of sunshine.  

I am busy putting the finishing touches on Infinitely Trees, the story about what God did in my life while I was raising Kurtis.

Doug and I are spending the long Memorial Day weekend at the coast. Our home away from home.

Take care, and may you be showered with blessings.

In : Spring 


Tags: clover kurtis tina ""infinitely trees"" 
blog comments powered by Disqus
 
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