Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Twinkle, Twinkle

There are several reasons why living thirty minutes out of town doesn't make sense for our family. We drive two different cars into town at least once a day. Work, school, and church are all in town. Most of our family and friends live in town. But then, every once in a while, a moment happens when I am so glad to live where we live.

I had one of those moments last night. I walked out on the porch to shake out a tablecloth and looked up. The sky was dark and clear and the moon and stars were shining brightly. I have always loved the fact that we can see the stars so well from our front yard. It's one of my favorite parts about living out in the country. But last night it just struck me in a different way. I stood on the porch, in the cool breeze, thanking God for his amazing creation and for making me a part, although a tiny part, of his world. Although looking up at the galaxy made me feel so very small, I smiled because the spirit reminded me that God loves the tiny dot that is me.


Amy said...

sounds divine. Truly!!!

Katrina said...

What a gift to see the stars when you step out your front door. Definitely worth the drive to town. :D

marci said...

Although I believe that my family is living where we need to live right now, I miss my country home and life. This summer will be very difficult. I will have to go to the beach a lot to make up for it!