It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Chapter 10, Page 14, Book 12
Orange pumpkins, a bounty of squash, ears of dried corn and pots of beautiful burgundy and yellow mums
Visual candy corn
Autumn asks only that we just slow down and in a measured pace, consider making room in our hearts for blessings hidden
I think Autumn reveals to us a lot about our faith. It's a season when things are reserved, calming. Leaves are changing colors and twirling to the ground. It's almost mystical. There is still color, but it's muted. The air is brisk and tangy. Some view the falling leaves as a peaceful wait period before the promises of Spring and renewal.
Using the visual candy corn or the real thing, I think we can save up enough Candy Corn to last us till Spring