The church of the week! I was going to use a different one, but then my husband and I were driving past this one, and I snapped a picture out of the car window, and I liked it. The scripture in the window reads, "Except the Lord build the house, they that build it labor in vain." And you can't read it but the sign on the telephone pole points to a Catholic church across the street. Poor little tabernacle of joy.
In other news, it's been a great weekend apart from the deluge of little green canker-worms that are starting to rain down. Yesterday I spent an hour picking them out of the tender green buds of the dogwood tree in my front yard. This is going to be the year I put sticky stuff on the tree trunks to kill next year's batch of worms!
C and I have been enjoying the springtime otherwise. I feel like my pictures of springtime on Instagram are cheering up my friends in the north and west who are still in winter. My garden is growing. We planted beans this weekend in one of the boxes, and will do the second box soon. C was so excited about the beans that during church today he was calculating how many bean seeds he planted and imagining the green beans we'll be eating in a few months.
We went for a long walk in Duke Forest and I could not stop admiring all the baby greenery, the array of wildflowers already in bloom, the rain-swelled creeks, the birds and the butterflies.
I've been going to the temple monthly, which is my own tabernacle of joy, and when I was there yesterday I just got such a peaceful happy feeling that seemed to tell me, "You have a wonderful happy life so enjoy these moments!" And so I will.