What? A Miracle Can Be Found? Really? Where?
PLEASE NOTE: This is Post #8 in the Miracle Series
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Miracle In My Own Backyard
Spring had finally arrived.
Every year when the first calf is born I know I have survived yet another Colorado winter, and spring is officially here. Long before the calendar says it is.
But this year, that first calf came without so much as a glance. Because I was in the middle of my move and totally oblivious to my usual joy markers.
But when the hummingbirds returned and started dive-bombing the house, I perked up. They forced me to get up and make them food.
Honestly, they did.
They would sit outside and stare at you. Waiting. . .
Till you finally got up and made the food, put it in the bottles, and hung it out there for them. Even if there were fruit trees blooming everywhere. They let you know they wanted their food!
They are so darn cute.
But then a late, wet, snow storm hit. And it looked like Christmas morning.
If you look closely, you’ll see that isn’t a part of the house beside our little feathered friend . . . It’s a snow cornice!
Interestingly, the snow beckoned me. I put on my house-slippers and headed out to take photos of the snow.
The snow blanketed everything.
Clean, cold, and crisp.
But the snow had protected the delicate little flowers from the initial cold. They were pristine under their blanket of white. It was a miracle.
A beautiful miracle.
There it was, a miracle in my own backyard.
Miracle after miracle of delicate flowers, wrapped in a protective coating of snow. Against a vivid blue Colorado sky.
It was stunning.
The beauty hurt my eyes.
And lifted my heart!
Standing there in my bathrobe and house-slippers I was exhilarated for the first time in months.
I received a miracle in my very own backyard.
Have you looked for a miracle in your backyard? Or neighborhood? Or a nearby pasture, or garden?
Please remember to pick your head up from your cell phone today and look for you very own miracle.
I hope you’ll share with us where you “find” miracles in the comments section!
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