I savor each season.
I savor the changing season from melting snow to flowers peeking through the warming ground, a splash in the pool on a hot summer day, the colors of autumn and a harvest moon, and the stillness of winter.
I savor the changing season of life. Reaching eighteen took an eternity, and yet, the rest of my life seems like a blink of the eye. I savor the moments with my husband, the busyness of raising my children, and the pleasure of being a grandparent.
I savor my church, lessons learn, friends made, and lives touch. I savor giving back and volunteering for my community. I savor the lives I’ve touched as a teacher.
I savor God’s Word that is it forever true and is a plumb line for this world.
Life has seasons, each to be savored for the blessings they bring.
I love the imagery here and how you tie savoring the seasons of the year with the seasons of your life
yes, every season needs to be savored for it’s own gifts. thank you for the reminder.
Savoring each season is an “honorable” past-time. I enjoy it as well.
I’ve been enchanted by the ways God created the seasons as markers and illustrations. Savoring them is so worth the time. Thank you!