Remember the past.
Collect the broken pieces.
Bring a yellow pail.
Inspired by chapter 6, “The Basement.”
Leaving some whitespace here this month as I rest with Bonnie.
In the stillness,
This post is part of the “Finding Spiritual Whitespace Blog Tour” which I am a part of, along with a group of soulful, journeying kindreds. To learn more and join us, click here.
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Wow, I’m never first. I’m not sure I like it, lol. Enjoying your whitespace, Sandy. I’ve added this title to my list of “want to read” – have a blessed weekend! PS Is yellow significant? or can I bring a purple bucket 🙂
Sandra Heska King says
Yellow could or could not be significant. 😉
I’m sure purple would work, though. Happy weekend, June.
The here is a blessing. Prepares me for Sunday worship.
It sounds like a very good and useful book. But in German it’s still not… I will wait for it!
Have a great and quiet weekend 🙂
Patricia @ Pollywog Creek says
So many good books – I just wish I had more time (and the resources to buy them). My Still Saturday quote encourages a bit of spiritual “white space”as well. I pray you are well and enjoying warmer weather after the neverending winter y’all endured. Have a beautiful weekend, my sweet friend. xox
Jason Stasyszen says
Beautiful picture. And I love the word, “Shalom” so meaningful and rich and of course, part of one of the revealed names of God. Wonderful! Thank you, Sandra.
Monica Sharman says
I live in the mountains, but I’m such a beach girl. Gimme one o’ them yellow pails.
Joanne Norton says
You always dun good. AND I should read more and more of your pieces, here and there, but I get too busy moving around and about. BUT you are truly a blessing in all ways…whether the photos, the words, or the sharing manners. You are a real treat. Around and about for everyone.
Joanne Viola says
This book is on my summer read list. I have so enjoyed every quote & mention I have read about the book. Have a blessed Sunday!
Laurie Collett says
Lovely, Sandra. Thanks for hosting & God bless!
Beautiful Sandy! Holding the hand of God we can start the journey where His love may heal us and our past, painful memoirs and experiences … Such a serene photo to this deep thought!