Friday, March 16, 2018

Five on Friday

A (sometimes) weekly feature here on my blog sharing five FRESH random photos (or thoughts or interesting tidbits) from the week.

1. The first spring blooms have arrived here in North Texas! The Bradford Pear and Redbud trees seemed to just bloom overnight after three weeks of rain followed by beautiful sunshine.


2. I really like the sentiment of the sign I saw hanging in the lab technician's office while I was having routine blood work drawn last week.


3. This month I am teaching illustrated Bible journaling classes every week! I hosted a couple of classes here at the beginning of the month, then taught a private class at a client's home the following weekend. Tomorrow I'll be sharing at another small group and then presenting for a women's ministry event the next weekend.


4. I really like it when I try a new recipe and it looks (mostly) like the photo.


5. Each week I'm popping on to Facebook Live and sharing a little story or thought about serving the Lord in our everyday lives. If you'd like to catch me live sometime, you can like my Facebook page HERE. [If you're reading this as an email, pop over to the blog to see my most recent video.)



Whatever's blooming in your part of the world, I hope you have a fabulous weekend!

4 comments:

Karen said...

You are one very busy woman! There is nothing blooming here. We're still buried under more than a foot of snow, and there are almost no warm temperatures in the near future so I don't think it's going anywhere!

Patio Postcards said...

We have nothing in bloom. The only things in bloom are those sold in the grocery stores Or garden centres of forced blooms. I have always wanted to plant a red bud tree, them & flowering almond are two of my favourite spring trees. Your salad looks so tasty.

Cheri said...

Even though Spring is officially next week, I think we have a way to go before we see anything blooming!

Ruth said...

My daffodils and fritillaries are up and blooming, but have taken a recent battering by the snow. I've also noticed blossom beginning to appear, which always makes me happy.