Monday, February 20, 2012

Mosaic Monday ~ Texas Pines

The soaring pines in my backyard seem to touch the heavens. Rarely do I look at them without remembering that old hymn, "Somebody Bigger Than You and I." 

Happy Monday,blogging friends. I hope it's a great one.

Linking to Mosaic Monday and Blue Monday.

11 comments:

  1. I love your Texas blue sky!


    Happy Blue Monday, Gayle. Be sure to check out my book giveaway.

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  2. I have lived in Texas all may life. I am originally from East Texas where the tall pines grow. I have been in Ft. Worth since 1964 and plan on staying here till I am hauled off. Do you have a pen name you use for your writings? I may have read some of your work in the paper but not realize who it was. You have a very interesting and exciting life. Best wishes to you.

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    1. Go, Texas!! No, I have no "pen name." My full name is used in all my writings: Gayle Allen Cox.

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  3. I Love your subject choice--we have very similar styles!

    Love the FAITH part of your story as well!

    Regards,

    John

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  4. I'm now in Dallas, but miss the great pines in the Northwest (Seattle) . . . they always seem to point me in the right direction-up. Quite frankly, there wasn't a day where they didn't point my eyes to the heavens. :)
    Blessings,
    Cherie

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  5. The sky is such a brilliant blue and I see that piece of the moon hanging in it. Lovely.

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  6. Such a delight!

    Please come by when you get a chance and see my BLUE, have a great week.

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  7. Beautiful photos! My Mom and I love the Chicken Soup for the Soul books..I was looking at your profile. Have a great week and Happy Presidents Day.

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  8. Love the pictures, especially that BLUE sky! (Yes, I know this was supposed to be about the pines...) I've never heard that song so I'm going to click the link.

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  9. Blue Sky with a hint of Moon.
    Makes a great recipe for remembering God, who is so much bigger then all of us.

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  10. A pine or a cedar against a blue sky is one of life's delights!

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