"Once we clearly acknowledge the soul, we can learn to hear it's cries. - Dallas Willard, Renovation Of The Heart."

It takes courage to pursue our dreams. It takes time and patience to unearth buried treasure. But I believe with all my heart that we must do both.

3.22.2011

something a little different



I feel it needs a word...
                    



14 comments:

Martha Lever said...

This is lovely, Mary. Let's see a word...transform, or be free, or ..hummmm, maybe be transformed. But sometimes with butterflies that might be to obvious. You will know--it will come to you.

Bren said...

Very nice, and a word would look great on this. Be fun to see what you do next

Bev said...

gorgeous!! love your style mary...

nannyems said...

I like "free", or how about "hope" or "grace"

Phoenix Peacock said...

"breathe" "believe" "enchantment"

mystele said...

oooo! i love it!

Duane Scott said...

My wife would love that!

She has a thing for butterflies. :)

I want to thank you for your sweet words over at Susan Etole's site regarding my 2 year old nephew's death.

So many people praying truly does lift the burden.

LeeAnn@Encouragement Is Contagious said...

You know how much I love butterflies so I love this. So many words you could use. Here are a few more: release, gentle strength (gabby me had to use two words together)he he

Buffy said...

Beautiful,I love butterflies,they remind me of new beginnings!

Jennifer Richardson said...

Love it!
And loved reading everyone's comments
....all awesome!
Can't wait to see what
flutters up from your spirit:)
-Jennifer

Mostly Turquoise said...

Hi Mary,

Thank you for becoming a follower on my blog, I am happy with it! And the very first word I would think of simply is: fly (but maybe that's too obvious, too easy?) Whatever you may choose, it will be allright if it's your word imho ;-)
grtz, Regina, SXM

Poetic Artist said...

Always love your colors.. I wonder what your word will be? Explore is what I see..
Hugs,
Katelen

Anita said...

three words...faith hope love

Jane Farr said...

Wonderful piece Mary!
It makes me think of 2 Cor. 5:17 and transformation.