We’re covered in paint, and the lawn is too, fenced in brown, the geese calling autumn and trees dropping leaves. Everywhere, color. Color is music for the eyes.
We’re finger-painting in the grass, my son and I. He’s one-and-a-half and he’s never done this before. Neither have I.
Everything is new to him, fresh and thrilling and this newness is the mystery behind a heart of worship. It’s a mystery I’ve been cultivating since I was old enough to understand that the world isn’t what I need it to be.
(Friends… I’m over at The High Calling today; will you join me there for the rest of this post? And please, feel free to link up your imperfect prose, below… Love e.)
1. link up a post (old or new) between wednesday and friday that you feel is ‘broken’ or ‘imperfect’ or somehow redemptive
2. put the ‘imperfect prose’ button at the bottom of your post, so others can find their way back here (see button code in right-hand column of my blog)
3. read at least one other person’s linked-up prose, and encourage them!
*i want you to know how very much i appreciate this imperfect community and i pray every week that God use it for his glory and for your encouragement…. bless you*