Word-Filled Wednesday

Amy over at The 100-Acre Woods has this neat thing she does every Wednesday.

This is my first offering; I love the idea, and though my Photoshop Elements skills are only at the beginner stage, I hope to learn more as I go along.

I took this photo of my hibiscus just before I left for California for my mother’s memorial service/clearing out her house time. We were gone for 11 long days, and while going through everything I was going through, it helped to know that ke Akua [God] never let me stray from His shadow.

*** Alla stuffs hea on my blog stay copyrighted. Dat means photos, words, typos, hamajangs of any kine. If u kakaroach [steal] um, den I going hunt you down and give you da giant slippah and whack u wit um until u promise u nevah going do dat again. And eh! I whack hard and I get plenny menehunes can track u down. Copyright © 2008. The content on this blog is the sole property of the author. Dat would be ME! ***

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7 Responses to Word-Filled Wednesday

  1. amydeanne says:

    you did a beautiful job!!!! I love it! and that is such a special picture and great verse. It’s fantastic to know God cares isn’t it!?

  2. Denise says:

    Welcome to WFW, I love your beautiful verse and picture.

  3. Kikue Mugen says:

    It is the best hiding place I know! Great picture. It would be great for others to use at PacEx as eCards 😀

  4. Melanie says:

    Welcome to WFW!

    What a great verse… so comforting to know He holds us in His hands.

  5. What a beautiful post!! Welcome to WFW, I think you will be a great addition to my weekly perusing 🙂

  6. hakucho says:

    Very beautiful 🙂

  7. KT in VA says:

    whooo ha…Oh, Mokihana, so powerful!

    bless you for sharing

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