Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Hope

Today I gathered hope.



I will save it.



I will treasure it.


I may need some extra hope in the future.

If I forget where I put hope
will you please remind me?
It is in the clouds and the leaves.

8 comments:

Sprite said...

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Dear One,

I will remind you where Hope is. I have a beautiful bag that a very precious friend gave me a couple of years ago, that says 'Hope' on it. I keep it in plain sight, so that I may be reminded too. At times I put things in my 'Hope' bag, for safe keeping.

I will hold 'Hope' for you, and keep it safe.

I treasure you,

*sprite

Q said...

Dearest Sprite,
Thank you! Someday I may become despondent.
I know your Hope bag! So glad it is still with you.
I trust you! Knowing you are holding hope safe means hope will always be here.
Love,
Sherry

Cathy said...

Don't forgot, sometimes Hope likes snowflakes too

Q said...

Dear Cathy,
I shall look towards the snowflakes as well! Hope can be elusive when one loses it. I have lots today but I never know what tomorrow will bring.
I shall also ask you to help me find Hope if Winter becomes too long.
Thank you!
Sherry

Mary said...

Let's hope for those who have lost hope.

Q said...

Dear Mary,
We can send hope to those who have lost it. Knowing hope is in the clouds and the leaves and the snow flakes means hope is available for every one! We also know that caring friends will hold hope safe for when we have lost it.
There is the promise of eternal hope. I trust that.
Sherry

Chris said...

I don't think you will lose Hope but you may give it all away to others and we will have to reissue some to you :-) Always try to keep a little bit for yourself!

Q said...

Dear Chris,
You make me laugh and giggle! Thank you. I do believe you would too, re-issue in times of need. You do see through me, Chris.
It is raining again, rain Mary so badly needs. I wish I could send it to her.
I will try and save a bit of hope for me. If I end up giving all my hope away I will ask you for a small measure. It only takes a dew drop for hope to grow again.
Hugs,
Sherry