Thursday, January 22, 2009


"Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied."
Matthew 5:6


Miss Jen said...

Oh, what beautiful eggs!! ;)
What a blessing to live on a farm.
Hope you have a wonderful day!

~Miss Jen

Marqueta said...




Wren Cottage said...

What a beautiful image! Aren't the colors just beautiful!!
I also enjoyed reading about your little excursion, what a treat to see so many swans!!
Thank you for sharing thru your beautiful pictures!
Hope you have a beautiful weekend!
xo Madai

Jennifer said...

What a wonderful verse...I pray that each morning, Christ will increase my hunger and thirst for Him and his righteousness! I want to be filled every day but never want to be completely satisfied - does that make sense?

Michele said...

The egg ~ "nature's perfect shape. The egg is oval, circular, oblong, smooth" "and a peculiar combination of strong and brittle. No other shape is so compelling. When viewed it is pleasing, when held it is comforting."

Lovely little gems! The girls have really outdone themselves! =)

debbie said...

I love the verse and the eggs are beautiful. It made me think of the "Egg Lady" that always came to grandmother's house. She always carried the eggs to the door in a silver bucket and grandmother would get her old white pan trimmed in red to put her eggs in. Grandmother use to raise her own chickens and then they stopped. It is amazing how a simple picture of beauty can evoke so many warm memories. I would love to have a few chickens but for now I will have to settle on just collecting them.
God Bless You

Sharon said...

I love that scripture. Those eggs are beautiful!

Hugs, Sharon

Abigail and Lydia said...

This is my first time visiting your blog, I found it through a comment you left on Mia's blog. I love to look on blogs like this, they are so neat!!

Paula said...

Dear Lady Farmer,
What a beautiful photo! I love eggs and the blue ones are my favorite! I hope to keep chickens one day, right now I purchase them from a family farm. I love that verse!
Love, Paula