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    1. It's why i love spring so much I think...full of renewal and hope :-)

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  2. Loving this verse and the photo--

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  3. Love the springtime photo!
    Visiting from Deidra's.

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    1. Thanks, Laura! Don't you just love following the trail at Deidra's?

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  4. Love the growth that is spring! Praying that the desires of our hearts are life giving and fulfilled!

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    1. Beautiful prayer...I'll join you!

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  5. Beautiful,
    Simple but tells us exactly how to live.
    Thanks for linking to Sunday Stillness,
    Blessings,
    Janis

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    1. Thank you, Janis! It was my pleasure and thank you for hosting!

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  6. Very pretty picture - lovely with the verse you chose!

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    1. Thanks, Kym! I thought they looked well matched :-)

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  7. What a beautiful and inspiring photo!

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  8. I'm stopping by from Jumping Tandem's Sunday.
    So beautiful.
    Have a blessed week!

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  9. "...desire fulfilled" offers wash after wash of gratitude and conviction ~ splendid photo!

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    1. We have been given much, haven't we?

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  10. Beautiful picture! You must live in a warm climate, we still have snow, but I am looking for signs of spring and this was a great reminder that it is on the way! I found you on the Weekend Brew. Here is what God put on my heart, if you are interested :) http://seasontheday.blogspot.com/2013/03/uniting-believers.html Blessings to you, Amber

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    1. Thanks, Amber! I appreciate your heart and the words you shared on your blog.

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  11. Beautiful... it just leaves me with a ahhh feeling.

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  12. Hi Marty,
    Your verse is filled with joy and greace, and your picture is lovely (is it an apple trea)?

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    1. Thanks, Nina! It's actually a Bradford Pear tree...no real fruit but lovely in the spring.

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  13. The light shining on those new blooms is lovely indeed. New life!

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