Saturday, March 21, 2009

Springtime Sunday Serenity

If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant;
if we did not sometimes taste of adversity,
prosperity would not be so welcome.
--Anne Bradstreet
If you worked on the flowers at my church with me,
you would already know the following chart.
--Mental P Mama
Have a Super Sunday.

14 comments:

Living on the Spit said...

This make much more sense then your last post to which three of us commented even though there was nothing there...

I love the pansies! This speaks of Spring.

noble pig said...

You are the top dog!

Grandma J said...

HA! Marlene is so funny! I used to do church flowers on a rotating schedule...and yes, the flower ladies are what makes the world go around.

Egghead said...

Flower lady you are. Of course you are at the top...who else is more important?

Country Girl said...

Cream rises to the top. You are the cream of the crop, then!

mom x 2 said...

I love Spring! Finally it's coming!

oh- and I love the flower ladies too :)

numberonesistah said...

Hehe, I'll be sure to show this to the church wardens at my church. ;o)

Debbie said...

I know Annie is not playing golf today. It's not warm enough. Or was it Jules? Nope, Annie.

What would the church do without you Mama....

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

The flowers are beautiful.

Do y'all take your flower tending skills on the road? I really need help.

Sassy said...

The flowers are beautiful and yes it is adversity that keeps us humble and grounded...opposition in ALL things is what it says in the scriptures....

I ♥ that you are all that and a bag of chips...Miss Big and Bad at your church and are head honcho Flower Lady...they have chosen the right lady for the job for sure! Happy Sunday to you and have an enjoyable time working with the flowers...I hope you get all the appreciation you deserve!!!!!

asthmagirl said...

You're number one!

Daryl said...

Who knows you, needs not this chart

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

I love pansies!

We are getting ready to work on our church garden so I understand that chart fully!

imom said...

Beautiful poem and oh so true! Love the chain of command chart!