Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Word Filled Wednesday Genesis 1:22

The purpose of Word Filled Wednesday is to share the WORD through a photo and a verse.



And the Lord blessed them indeedy! Today as I look out at our growing flock of chickens, I realize just how much we've been blessed! I'm sure we've been blessed with a heap more little roosters than hens, but that's ok because they were a gift! It wasn't something we asked for, but those little birds just did what God told them to do long, long ago. They increased in numbers!
Happy Word Filled Wednesday!

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13 comments:

Amydeanne said...

lol thanks for my chickie fill!

and hey, i never wrote about my bday today.. i think a few people were reading the post (from Sunday)with my bday pictures! lol cuz i had to go back and re-read my post today lol. go figure! oh well lol I'll call it a reverse bday and say i'm down another year! hehe

Denise said...

Bless you dear.

Laurie Ann said...

Happy WFW! I loved your post, the pic and verse.

Amydeanne said...

laffin.. okay you got me.. and it would be there next week too! lol

lori said...

I LOVE it....how cool that they are YOURS!:)

peace!
lori

ellen b said...

Oh this is cool. I like it :0)
Blessings...

Livy Renee said...

I just read where your profile says, "These people love me"... I DO LOVE YOU!!!

And I love your gifs and your quotes... you are precious.

Michele Williams said...

Great picture and verse. Thank you for sharing.

Tricia said...

That is precious! And how wonderful that they are really yours! Thanks for sharing!

Cheryl said...

Alexis,

Love the scripture and those little chickies. When I was in 1st grade, years ago, we went to the chicken hatchery. And, they gave us little chickies. I don't remember if everyone got 3 or if each child got one to share with their siblings. And, they were colored, red, green, and I think blue. It was right before Easter. I shared with my sisters, and wanted to keep them forever. My grandparents had a dairy farm. Since it was Easter, we went from Oklahoma to Texas to visit. And, we had to leave those chickies on the farm. So heartbreaking then.

Have a great day!
Cheryl

Mokihana said...

Yay... chickens in the photo! I love the combination of photo and verse...

Katie said...

Oh, this was adorable. Too sad for me though, as I woke to a dead girl in the hen house this morn. One of my older hens kicked the bucket. Poo!

Never mind me and my sad chicken self. I loved this WFW!

Miriam said...

Lex, I'm gonna lift this WFW for my screen. Just so you know ;) what a good sharebear you are!