Encouragement · Porch Pondering

Porch Pondering Part Three: Reaping and Sowing

This is the final part of the “Porch Pondering” vlog series. It was a labor of love, and it taught me a few things about myself.

  1. I am a hand-talker. Wow.
  2. As much as I love the outdoors, the outdoors doesn’t always reciprocate.
  3. Melinda wields great power with her calm spirit.
  4. Video editing and storytelling is a special kind of skill.
  5. I do not have what is mentioned in number four!

We talk about the concept of reaping and sowing today. There has always been a negative connotation [for me] around the statement, “You reap what you sow.” We do our best to unpack the phrase and reframe it positively.

Thanks for tuning in and sharing this series; we are truly grateful for you.

Love,

Alyssa and Melinda

PS-the wind won!!

PPS-Thank you, Karen, for sharing space at Riven Rock Ranch with us!

 

2 thoughts on “Porch Pondering Part Three: Reaping and Sowing

  1. Just wanted to let you know I’m really enjoying your porch pondering! Even though I’m behind! Thank you for your heart! So glad our boys played basketball so I could meet you! Happy Sunny Saturday!

    Susan

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  2. FYI… so nice to see y’all yesterday!

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