Hello All Seasons bloggers,
This is the Sunday of the time change in the USA.
The link this week is open from Sunday March 11 through Wednesday March 15 till 7 pm, Pacific time.
Thank you for your delightful and amazing posts! Such a pleasure to read about your Seasons!
On this end things are a little topsy turvy – not with myself, but more with circumstances. I’m sure that in the end there will be an amazing testimony of God’s love in store. Two of the ones I’m mentioning here is the story about Holland and the other one about painting.
All taken in the Netherlands. No matter what Season,
the grass there is always green!
This is Hortus botanical gardens close to where my brother took us one time, in the N. of the Netherlands. My youngest brother and I are very much alike. Were both in the medical field, and like to travel, like the same music, etc.
As much as possible no politics on my blog. Except for when it effects my friends in Holland, or anywhere else. It hardly made the international news. but heard last Tuesday that the Minister-president in the Netherlands resigned after being only 4 months in office, the day before he would have a meeting in Moscow.
Since I’ve lived in the USA for 30+ years I don’t know much about details there, but read the Netherlands has “some beef” (I would say, rightly so) with Russia. Look it up in the Reuters report. Have learned over the years that American’s News on international matters are unreliable or slanted, as well as often the British News, so I looked it up on Bing.
This country is a kingdom, not a democracy or a republic. The minister president is the one who handles all the day to day political decisions. Although the king and queen are figureheads, they still have veto power. King Alexander appointed a temporary substitute.
Oil, 24 x 30, The Angel who gathers souls, © St Germain
You may recall that the early Christians during persecutions took on
the image of the fish to communicate with each other.
A little sketchy because it had to be finished in a few hours at the workshop I gave in Rotterdam in 2013 (Rotterdam was for the longest time the largest harbor in the world, till another country’s harbor took its place. Several countries claim, they’re the largest:))
The second item of the upside down week was, because I didn’t get a card in the mail from my Inspiration Friend, that I would start a 9 x 7 feet painting this week, while still only in the beginning phases of the other one you saw last week. Aah, need 4 hands and feet!
A farm in the North of the Netherlands. You see that only the top part of the huge roof is thatched.
Have a great week everyone, and hope your SEASON is a good one:)
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