A Work In Progress


God is the greatest mason,
and life's lessons are the clay, lime, and sand.
The bricks and path that lay before us,
are truly in His hands.


What we are is God's gift to us. What we become is our gift to God. ~Eleanor Powell

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  1. Seeing that this was so hard for you, you really did come up with a beauty in the end. Wonderful Mag.

    (I had a hard time too!)

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  2. Now Carrie, I think I have a strong claim to be the greatest mason!!! Good short poem.

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  3. amen sister! There is only so much we can control.

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  4. This is divine.........and what truth you have penned here.

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  5. once I believed...

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  6. beautiful and speaks truth!
    thank you

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  7. Carrie, you are a shiny brick, but God's masonry is cracking up. We got him into this mess, we need to 'help him out' and wishing ain't gonna do it! Are you snowed in where you are? :-(

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  8. and thank goodness b/c I have no idea what I'm doing :)

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  9. And what a blessed walk it is...!

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  10. Humbling piece, Carrie!

    I am so exhausted by my Asian folklore project, Carrie. Dropping by here has lifted my spirits.

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  11. And I LOVE that Alice In Wonderlandish picture!

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  12. We sure are 'Truly in his hands" Love it. And your header is so whimsical!

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  13. What a Beautiful Poem.
    God Bless You My Sweet Friend,
    Niecy

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  14. Amen! A beautifully expressed poem, Carrie.

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  15. I left a comment and then accidentally closed the window. Need more coffee!!

    Heading over for my second cup . . .

    Thanks for your kind comment at Moonboat Cafe!

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  16. Beautiful, simple and perfect.

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  17. awesome....pefectly said with the perfect pic

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  18. So true. I wish I could see down the road...but only if what I see is what I want to see. I guess we all wish we knew more...but then we wouldn't need faith or trust.

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  19. reminds me to 'let go and let God.' simply beautiful writing and sentiment...

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  20. Yes he is Carrie...he is amazing....very nice...bkm

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  21. So very poignant! Beautiful!

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