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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Our Daily Bread

I WAS just going to go to sleep, but I had to take the dogs out first. As we were coming in, something in the bush outside my door caught my attention, so I had to stop and do a double-take.

There is a piece of a breadcrust stuck in the bush. Near the top, in the branches. Just stuck there. And it's jammed in such a way that it doesn't look like anyone actually PUT it there because in order to do so, they would have caused the thing to crumble to nothing.

So is my bush now growing bread crusts? Just wondering.

Is a bread in the hand worth two in the bush? If so, what is bread in the bush worth?

Each day, I say the Our Father, usually more than once. "Give us this day our daily bread,"

This wasn't really what I had in mind when I asked God for bread. But just the same, I'm glad it's there. Now I'll sleep well, knowing there is a bread crust in the bush outside my door. Just in case its needed.

Thank you, God.

Good night all, God bless, and don't forget to pray for daily bread.


Anonymous said...

When I was a kid they told me to eat bread crusts so my hair would become curly. Never worked!

Cathy_of_Alex said...

Adoro: LOL! Was there a jug of wine with it too?

I have a squirrel friend that I throw bread too once and awhile. Sometimes, he leaves chunks of it on my porch ledge or by my back door. It drives my cats nuts because he sits there and eats it where they can see him.

Adoro said...

Hee hee. No wine, but I have some in my fridge.

I'm not sure a squirrel put this piece where it's really in an impossible spot and the branches are too small and weak to support a squirrel. A bird maybe, though.

It's just interesting, and so random!