Tuesday, April 13, 2010



the road to patience
travels through the valley
of trial and tribulation.

13 comments:

fairmaiden said...

Cori...

Did you lose your job? Or get laid off? I don't know if I missed a post, but you usually talk a bit about your work and haven't been and it just seems you are not working. I hope you are okay. These are trying times for all of us. ox~ Kerrie

GWENDOLYN said...

A great quote and a enchanting picture.
Gwen:)

ellen b. said...

Yes...doggone it! :0)
So much comes out of trials and tribulation...sigh.
Hope all is well Cori! In answer to your querie...I haven't received anything as of yet :0)

Deborah said...

Amen to that! And why is the only road to humility, humliation!?!?
**kisskiss** Deb

Diva Kreszl said...

so very true!

Lisa said...

So true!! Thanks for sharing!
Hugs, Lisa

Bernideen said...

Yes...very true!

Cori G. said...

Hi Ladies, thanks for all your comments. This afternoon I was reading my e-devotion from Horizon and this was one of the lines in the context. I just thought it was great and didn't want to forget it so I posted it here. All is well at Brambleberry Cottage.

xoxo Cori

Ces said...

Good morning!

In celebration of Milo being at my place and in honor of my friendship with Deborah and yours with her, I have given you an award today.

I would be very honored if you accepted it.

Thank you very much.

Ces

Beverly said...

So very true. And, hopefully we learn lessons along the way.

I like this one, Cori.

Bernideen said...

There is an award for you at my blog unless you are award free - then just accept my applause!

Simply Heart And Home said...

Cori,

I am glad all is well. Your quote is so true. Those trials and tribulations bless us with patience and strength.

Simply Heart And Home said...

Cori,

You are cordially invited to enter this month's Simply Heart and Home Drawing.

Blessings

Gina