Snow in the Garden!

Hello all!

If you’re reading the emailers from Chuck then you know we’ve had an icy few days here in North Texas. I walked through the garden as soon as I arrived this morning, and captured some great photos and video of the beautiful “snow” and ice. (I put snow in quotations because it was mostly just ice disguised as snow, ha!) Please enjoy, and thank God for the beauty in EVERY season, no matter how cold or dreary it may seem! And for those of you in much colder climates than ours, please stay safe and warm!



4 responses to this post.

  1. Love hearing from you all..very pretty with spring flowers coming up through the snow..looking forward to spring here in Canada we have had lots of minus 20 to 30 temp unusual for this time of year..all seasons are beautiful..bless you all …Carmen Clements ontario, canada..


  2. Posted by Penny Krevatas on February 26, 2015 at 4:42 pm

    When the almond tree blossoms ,
    it reminds me of new life that we have in the Lord.
    Thank you so much for sharing.


  3. Posted by Karen on February 27, 2015 at 3:15 pm

    Watching these videos of the garden reminds me of how all our springs of JOY are in the Lord! (Psalm 87:7)–especially in this month of Adar. Even the squirrel prancing about is exuding that gazelle-like nature of the season. Thank you for reminding me to celebrate the beauty of every season, including the frigid winter. Please keep them coming! I truly love viewing and reading your posts!! What an awesome GOD. In this season of seeing, HE continues to bless us with such an array and display of His glory!-Reston, VA


  4. Posted by Maria Wennberg on March 1, 2015 at 5:47 pm

    I love God’s creation ; even when it’s icy and snowy it knows when its time to break through and bloom. What an example for us all.When looking at your photos Tracey, It looks like Chicago. Your videos are great, you have such an amazing eye to portray all of God’s creation in all of its beauty, for every season. Your words remind us that on the surface things may look dead, but underneath is a whole new season of life waiting to spring forth. Thank you. Maria


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