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Created so that We May Rejoice

I am settling into my new home after driving through some of the most beautiful places in the world. It is time to return to my blog, OPreach. But since I haven’t found my stride ye, and have a few trips on the horizon, I plan to post only once a week for a while – every Tuesday or Monday. Of course if some irresistible creative thought occurs to me, I may make an “extra” post now and again.

For now I would like to share some of the beauty I have experienced along the way.

Wild Columbine at Two Medicine in Glacier

Wild Columbine at Two Medicine in Glacier


There is not one blade of grass, there is no color in this world that is not intended to make us rejoice.
― John Calvin


Posted by opreach on September 2, 2014
8 Comments Post a comment
  1. 09/3/2014

    Truly beautiful!

  2. 09/3/2014

    Welcome back! I’m happy you got a”Round-Tuit”!

    • 09/4/2014

      Thanks, Ramona. Transitions, as you know, are challenging! See you in November! Pat

  3. 09/4/2014

    So true, and to me the constant joy of life.
    You do not often share anything of your own story, and I have not been reading blogs for so long,(my days are more crowded when working than when having a sabbitical!) where are you moving? Glad you will keep posting!

    • 09/4/2014

      Thanks for your encouragement, Solveig. Just can’t do it as frequently now. And perhaps with less frequency there could be more opportunity for personal sharing. 😉

  4. 09/4/2014

    Reblogged this on Indexyourlife and commented:
    My constant joy, having endless opportunities to look for beauty. As so often, thank you Pat!

    • 09/4/2014

      Thank you for reblogging, Solveig.


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