Always nice colours, angles, light ...
How lovely the words and the image.I can only imagine how you and your family are thinking about the beloved person who so shortly left this earth, and who's soul, heart, words and breath enriched so many people...as he would have at this Easter service.xoxo, e.
I think I first read the word 'furbelow' in Anne of Green Gables. Marilla was displeased at Matthew buying the new dress with the gigantic sleeves.
Just beautiful Alice, both image and words.Janine
Frilled and furbelowed, what gorgeous language, to match the perfect picture of peace and hope and spring! Thanks!
Thank you! I love reading your comments and even though I don't always have time to reply I am really grateful to every one who joins in the conversation.