Keep your eye open for impossibility today. Miracles surround us…
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Thank you for this reminder. I needed to hear this today….and I clicked the “like” button!
Lovely idea. I saw some daffodils this week!
lol my eye went oh ty green
and i liked the contrast
and then i thought what pretty snow
and i didn’t realize what was there was NOT so
till i read the miracle part
that would be effort required here 😀
Once seen or experienced, miracles become the possible. Impossibility is simply something we have yet to unpack or open up to our own acceptance. There is more to reality, than what can be proven with the 5 senses.
Is the plant inside ?
OK, OK, I’ll keep an eye out for miracles, but tell me please, Is the plant inside ?
Pretty shadowed snow…unexpected green plant…hmmm…I think the green plant is shivering like crazy on this cold cold morning! But I know you are anticipating your tropical destination wedding coming up so this might be the reason for the green “with envy” plant in the snow! Happy Friday Kathy 🙂
Amen, my friend!!!!!!!!!!!!
Moment by moment
What a lovely juxtaposition! I think I still have some green parsley out there, but I’m not sure that’s a miracle. I’ll keep my eyes open 🙂
Must be Photoshopped!
I will do this today, in this very moment! And yes, they do 🙂
So true! This is amazing – the green leaves juxtaposed on the snow white!
Ha! That’s a good one, Kathy! I have to tell you, though, that I found quite a lot of green in the woods this month–moss, ferns, spring beauty. I’ll bet they are still green under the new snow.
It has been a strange winter so this picture doesn’t seem so impossible to me – but I like the thought! 🙂
Now I really need an explanation for those green leaves and the snow. Unless, of course, that’s the miracle – then – no explanation necessary. It’s snowing, SNOWING here after a week of very weird weather. It’s a miracle!
Wonderful to see the lovely green plant against the snow!
Thank you all for enjoying! I will post another blog–hopefully later today or tomorrow–to explain the “mysterious” impossibility of greenery upon snow. No, Chris, it wasn’t Photoshopped! (Although will explaining it take away from the impossible mystery of living green breathing plants co-existing with freezing snow and snow shadows? Hmmm….) Thank you again.
Yes, they do! 🙂
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Hope you all visit today’s blog (Sunday the–what day is it?–22nd) to see what the impossibility actually was. Thank you all for pausing here!
Lovely and inspirational. Thank you for sharing this.
Thank you, Lisa. The world is a beloved impossibility, I think!