They walked on the shoreline of La Saladita and she said she needed a coconut shell to carry the treasures she was collecting.
Before she had even finished the sentence, she could feel his eyes roaming the sand. He found one within minutes and smashed it against a rock.
The hole he made was large enough for her three fingers to fit inside, creating a little beach purse she could slip her seashells into as they walked.
The day before they had collected so many sand dollars she felt guilty. Now they moved past the star-studded discs embedded extravagantly around them.
There was an abundance, to say the least, but they had been sand dollar satiated…
The coconut and sand dollars return to my thoughts today, reminding me of God’s abundance. His Grace.
We can hold onto the knowledge of the spiritual abunDANCE always available to us. He knows before we ask what we need.
We can fill ourselves to the rim, allow it to froth up and spill over, leaving a trail as we carry it along.
We can trust, all is well.
Because that creates a most beautiful DANCE…
Beautiful Debs! God is so very gracious; He lovingly wants to give us His gifts if only we’d ask ❤️
Love you, G
Dear George, May we be among those who ask and use His gifts today.
Thank you. Love you too, D
“We can trust, all is well.
Because that creates a most beautiful DANCE…”
Indeed it does, Deb!
Yes, indeed, dear Deb!! Thank you!! <3 <3
Lynn, Thanks for the very special visit! ❤️
I really like your blog. A pleasure to come stroll on your pages. A great discovery and a very interesting blog. I will come back to visit you. Do not hesitate to visit my universe. See you soon.
Thank you for your lovely visit. It was wonderful having you here. Your “universe” is everything you say it is. The images are beautiful and mesmerizing, and my visit quite magical!