Peggy’s Secret Garden

I had no idea what to expect. I thought it might be dark and a little scary. With the recent storm, how could it be anything but a barren wasteland. I wanted to avoid such a place at all costs. It is far away from here. I hate flying for one thing, so for sure I would have chosen to stay in my own safe paradise to savor the greatness and hold on to my own reality without taking a chance of disrupting my world. Even the worst drought would be better than seeing the weeds that would surely be choking and entangling the garden that had been so lush and beautiful. The good news is that what I saw was a perfect garden that was touched by the wind but not ruined. The roots had been planted too deep and nurtured with too much tenderness to be destroyed. It is a family garden that will thrive and grow stronger with each new day. More good news….We brought back some seeds from this incredible place and have planted them in our own secret garden, but it’s not a secret anymore. Peggy knows.

another day in paradise

another day in paradise

“You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail”

Isaiah 58:11

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4 Comments

  1. You are really beautiful with your words and spirit…not to mention your looks…how very lucky I am…Leicaman

  2. You have quite a way with words – you just speak your mind so beautifully! Peggy’s Secret Garden – glad it’s not a secret any more …

    • I am filled with awe with the way Peggy is just Peggy, wonderful and just herself!

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