221. Radiant

Psalm 34 Sunflower | Downloadable print | Ann Ning Learning How

Happy Monday, everyone!  I’m glad to be back.  I waded through my inbox and realized I was mistaken – I haven’t been ignoring my emails for two months.  It’s been three months.     That’s right, a whole quarter of a year.  My bad.  I told you my master plan for becoming a responsible electronic communicator wasn’t going so well.

Today I’ve got another downloadable photo print for you.  To download or make your own, follow these instructions.  This is one of my favorite verses ever.  I learned it when I was working like crazy at my first job.  I had Psalm 34 printed in a big font saved in one of those plastic sheet protectors.  I kept it in the door pocket of my car and studied it while stuck in traffic.  I learned this trick from Tanpo.  For the record, though, this kind of multitasking is inadvisable.   I was trying to use my D.C. gridlock time judiciously but I didn’t realize how I was also increasing my risk of hurting myself or someone else.  So get your memory work in at a time when you’re not operating heavy machinery, okay?

Sunflowers | Ann Ning Learning How

Special thanks to my sister who rustled around in a nearby sunflower patch to take these pictures.  I was obviously unable to do the job so Ai Ai took my photos for me.  She gave me lots of options.

113.  Going Backwards (Why I like Ps 34)

113. Going Backwards (Why I like Ps 34)


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