Tweaking Me

Red Dianthus  So often I read that gardeners should  plant, fertilize, and weed their flowers; then sit back and enjoy them. I never seem to do that. I keep changing my flowers around attempting to blend designs, textures, and heights to make a coherent whole.

I wonder if God looks at me and thinks, “if I just tweak this or that on Carolyn, she will grow more in her devotion to me  and her love of others.”  If He does, then my response is “please tweak.”

This beautiful flower is a dianthus from my front yard.

Copyright: Carolyn A. Roth, 10/13

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