Change is Hard

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Change is hard.

Just ask Late Winter.

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  1. Rebecca says:

    I’ve already commented on facebook but now that this is working I need to add one thing…I love all the beautiful pictures!

  2. Cindy Stewart says:

    Thank you for your radiant presence on this earth! I love your stories and glimpses into your life. Nothing is ever perfect, but North Carolina is pretty close! I still visualize a gathering at your place; a weekend retreat with likeminded women. Just putting that out there! Take care. Peace and joy to you! ❤️


  3. Brenda Towsley says:

    Hi Rebekah! Nothing but white snow and layers of ice in my neck of the world. I would love to see the brown dirt, green grass would be wonderful and yearn for little purple flowers. Thank you for sharing yours! Hummmm, I kinda do think we are placed here to live a particular life:(Psalm 139:16 All the days ordained for me were written in your book
    before one of them came to be.) But since I am not a very good listener and jump before I think or pray first, I’d say I probably have shuffled down the wrong path a few times. But that is what Grace if for. Hope you don’t mind my thoughts on that one question you pondered. P.S. I still don’t like snakes, I always hope something will eat them.

  4. Mary Rauch says:

    It is fixed. I still hope the girls will comment on their success (or failure) to grow sugar snap peas. I really want to try some for myself and my friend.

  5. Denise says:

    I loved your blog post
    I hope you feel the positive vibes from all ya girl folk. I’m learning to embrace change, the planned and unplanned and push myself to do the hard stuff, try and live out love and become stronger as a person and more sure of myself. It’s pushing me out of my comfort zone, but I’m finding as I age that comfort zones can be much like self created prisons. I don’t want this for my life anymore and I don’t want to be held back from all the things I want to do by my fears. So this year I’ve started indoor rock climbing with my son and signing up to do an Oxfam 100 km trail walk race. Life is good when we let go of our own expectations and self implemented limits and fears and embrace everything life gives both the nice and the hard. It’s empoweringim every way. Love how your changing your life to choose to let go of those who detract from your life and embrace the love others have fir you and allow it to feed you into all you’ve wanted to do avd enjoy the joy doing all the things you love.

  6. Cheryl Bryson says:

    Thanks for the clarification of “late winter” in the south. We have lived in NC for about 8 years now, and whenever I think I have this “season” figured out, the next “late winter” rolls in, and it seems like a 180 degree change from the previous one. Truly better to roll with it…thanks for the narrative and photos and also for your column in Mary Janes Farm… Have been a subscriber for a while now (My first issue was the “secret lives of bees” issue—still have it…But, I loved your column from that first issue, and even now, read the last page of my new MJF to see what you are contemplating… Truly thanks for those comments—so glad you offer your contemplative gifts up to all of us—take care and please keep writing and sharing.

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