Thursday, July 19, 2012

If I Forget Thee

If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand its cunning lose.

In reflecting on this scripture earlier this week, Boo and I began to realize the importance of place to us.  He has spent many hours this week talking about his childhood home in Rayne, Louisiana built of core cypress. Unfortunately, we have no photos of that house, but his memories are strong and vivid.

Please excuse my blogging absence.  The past couple of weeks have been rather demanding.  One of Boo's medications was changed.  Just one.  Suffice it to say, that neither his body nor his mind react well to any change.  I think the major part of this adjustment is behind us and we are back to normal...whatever normal is.


  1. Here's to hoping that things start to look up! I LOVE the imagery and the use of the scripture! Prayers are being sent your way! :)

  2. i was wondering what had happened! glad things are back to a stasis.

  3. Hi Kari! I am SO blessed to meet you. My name is Karen Letchworth. I manage the Word Art Wednesday challenge blog, and I praise God that you have joined us. Your art is beautiful, and I am always blessed to see others using His precious Word to create art and share, as you have done. I look forward to seeing more of you and getting to know you better. If it's OK with you, I'd like to "follow" your blog, and I invite you to stop by and "follow" mine. I'm at:

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful art (and words) with us in this week's challenge at Word Art Wednesday. I just prayed for you as I stopped by to visit, and hope that you will continue to visit us and play along. It's wonderful to meet a new crafting friend who loves the Lord and wants to share through art.....and the heart!

    Have a God-blessed and wonderful week.
    Karen L
    Word Art Wednesday

  4. Striking and beautiful! Thank you for sharing your piece at Word Art Wednesday!