It is so much easier for me to "see" if I tell a story. This blog is one of the places that happens.

Tears on the Trail

There’s a trail that goes behind my house with a steady flow of people. During bike rides or in the middle of walks, some will stop a moment and look at the charred remains of our fence. A fire nearly swept through our backyard a month ago, but a garden hose and some well-timed help extinguished the flames. In a kind of hopeful defiance to that ugly mess, my daughter and I planted some wild-flowers on the trail-side of our fence in the ashes. Isaiah 61:3 says God will give us beauty for ashes. There are little green leaves breaking through the ground now, but in a few months, I want to take pictures of the reds, blues and yellows of those wildflowers rising up in stark contrast to their

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