Saturday, March 07, 2015

Good Morning Dear Ladies,

I am getting ready for company on Sunday and so I only have time for a short post.

Every time I post a photo that shows any of my wicker chairs in the background,  someone suggests I paint them. Yes, they do need painting, and I am going to do that. I found some spray paint by Krylon that includes primer and covers wicker great. The next time I have a photo of the wicker, I hope it is painted!

This is a little table in front of the couch that is set with a vase of flowers from my gardens: ranunculus blossoms with white daffodils. 

This scripture from Titus (below) is addressed to a young preacher but it can apply to ladies today. A lady is a woman who tries to be refined in the way she speaks (not using vulgar expressions and not swearing) and her habits (avoiding the world's vices and unfeminine practices (you know what they are). A lady is a woman who tries to grow in maturity in her mind and her judgement.

One way to replace bad habits with good habits is to engage in doing things that benefit your home life.

Tit 2:7  In all things shewing thyself a pattern of good works: in doctrine shewing uncorruptness, gravity, sincerity,

Tit 2:8  Sound speech, that cannot be condemned; that he that is of the contrary part may be ashamed, having no evil thing to say of you.


SharonR said...

Those verses are wonderful for us to remember. Thank you, Lydia. Enjoy your company tomorrow!

Raggedy Cottage Garden said...

It is good to know that we can find the words of scripture to fill the Vo id in our spirit rather than the foul and empty vices of feminism.

Andrea R said...

Wonderful post!

Several years ago I painted all my wicker furniture bright red. It's absolutely's not beginning to break in so many places as it was used to begin with..but that paint is still gorgeous!

God Bless.