Carolina Dogwood tree. One of the most ‘beautifullest’ trees Yah has created.
I read this little poem yesterday in a country things book while at a store. I have restored Yah’s name in the poem.
In happy moments, praise Yah. In difficult moments, seek Yah. In quiet moments, worship Yah. In painful moments, trust Yah. In every moment, thank Yah. HalleluYah.
This picture was thought to be Mary Bowser but it is a different Mary Bowser circa 1900. There are no pictures to my knowledge of Mary Bowser, the spy.
I read about her on another site yesterday. She was a very interesting lady. Mary Elizabeth Bowser was the former slave of the Van Lew family. Elizabeth Van Lew sent Mary to the Quaker School for Negroes in Philadelphia because she was exceptionally intelligent. Mary infiltrated the confederacy by working as a servant in the household of Jefferson Davis in Richmond Virginia. Bowser was assumed to be illiterate and as a black woman was below suspicion. Practically invisible, she was able to listen to conversations between confederate officials and read sensitive documents gathering information that she handed over to the Union.
Practice makes perfect.
Love the twist out/curly fro.
An elder learning to read at school.
In the garden, somewhere in Africa.
Love the twist out/curly fro.
Look at all the hair!
My my my, all the hair!
Boys laughing. Beautiful smiles.
Pretty baby with beautiful crocheted collar.
Pretty Benin ladies.
Studying by the lantern. Dedication.
Not a beautiful picture but it made me laugh. We all remember ‘the look’ mama use to give us when we were acting up in the store or acting up before ‘company’. The warning look.
Yahoshua—>Aaliyah Abiyah Adiyah Adriyah Ananiyah Ariyah Azayah Azrayah Barakiyah Barakiyah Biskiyah Camayah Castiyah Chamuyah Daniyah Ezrayah Emmanuyah Gabriyah Gamaliyah Hamaliyah Hanayah Immanuyah Imriyah Katriyah Kazbiyah Kushiyah Lee-yah Leliyah Lemuyah Mahalalyah Michayah Nathaniyah Othniyah Peniyah Priyah Ramiyah Raphayah Raziyah Remiyah Shemuyah Sariyah Tamiyah Tarfiyah Tzaphkiyah Uriyah Uzziyah Verchiyah Za’afiyah Zadkiyah Zaphikiyah Zeruyah Zophiyah Adaiyah Adoniyah Ahaziyah Ahiyah Amariyah Athaliyah Azariyah Bhatyah Bealiyah Hananiyah Gedaliyah Hezikiyah Hodiyah Isshiyah Kumbayah Malchiyah Mattithyah Neariyah Nehemiyah Obadiyah Odeliyah Pelatiyah Rephaiyah Seraiyah Yahosheba Yahkamiyah Yahoiachin Yedaiyah Yahoshaphat Yeremiyah Yahzeqyl Yliyah Yalisha Yahozadak Yedidiyah Yahconiyah Zedekiyah Zephaniyah Zechariyah Zrahiyah and many more names HalleluYah —>Yah.
Yahoshua is the key to unlock the door which leads to Yah the living waters.
Harvested beets. I will put these in smoothies.
A new pineapple is growing.
My lettuce is beginning to grow again but I’m probably going to pull them out from the roots so I can grow something else here.
As for Yah, His way is perfect. The word of Yah is proven. He is a shield to all who trust Him. Psalm 18:30. HalleluYah.