Thursday, August 13, 2009

Byron's Lessons


Even faeries teach their children a trade. Here a little faery Mom teaches her small boy how to scent a flower and put its colors into place. However, seeing that mischievious look, I'm sure when she's not looking, one might find a crazy pattern of pinks, blues and greens splashed across the flower's petals.
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Daddy Update: Dad made a breakthrough this morning! He actually got up and made coffee this morning. He was able to go outside with his walker yesterday afternoon--he even walked a few paces with his cane. Dad is healing faster than anyone could predict. Thanks to the prayers of people everywhere, I believe we are watching a miracle unfold! Thank you! Keep praying--Dad sees the neck doctors the first of September!

7 comments:

Looking to the Stars said...

I like the idea of a fairy teaching her child :)

What a thrill to read about your dad's progress :)

LindaB said...

Prayer works! He's my kind of Daddy if the first thing he does is MAKE COFFEE! Clink mugs with him for me :-)

Sunny said...

I love the colors in "Byron's Lessons".
So glad to read about your Dad, I'll keep praying that his progress continues.
Sunny :)

~Cheryl said...

I agree! Those sparkling blue eyes are filled with little creative ideas!

Hooray for your dad! This news makes my heart sing!

Catherine said...

What a lovely story! So that's how we get those "surprise" flowers in the garden....
So happy to hear about your Dad's progress!

Clytie said...

I thought the same thing as Catherine! Now I know where those unexpected garden beauties come from!

maryt/theteach said...

Your faery cards are incredible, Beth! I'm glad your father is doing well! :)