I’m thankful today that I live in the Verde Valley in Arizona. Although I love big cities, this climate is a good fit for me; I feel healthy here. The temperatures dropped radically while I was out in the country this weekend. It was cloudy but I threw my camera in my purse anyhow and snapped away as I drove around.
I like this picture of the cliffs. It reminds me of the caves David hid in when Saul was after him in 1 Samuel 26. The passage refers to the wilderness of Judea, a desolate area by the Dead Sea. The hills have deep gorges.
I can just imagine the fun the kids must have had when they decorated this tree! Adds a little color to the desert, don’t you think?
The Pampas Grass is blooming all over now.
A cold front moved into our state a few days ago. It’s been chilly and nice! Sweater weather is here. I look cold!
Last weekend many people set their clocks back. Now my TV shows are off schedule and when I call my family in California, I have to remember they are one hour behind me. In Arizona, our time does not change. What else doesn’t change? Jesus Christ does not change. He’s the same Yesterday, today and forever. That’s what’s on my heart today. This post links to What’s on your heart Tuesdays, hosted by Shanda.