Cindy and I were catching up while Magellan had his blood drawn to check his levels for diabetes. We hadn't chatted since my trip to Denver and she wanted to hear all about it. Of course, I was happy to oblige.
The more I talked, the more excited Cindy got. When she couldn't stand it any longer, she started asking questions. She asked me about opportunities to share that I had never thought of. Cindy planted some seeds in me.
But, Cindy wasn't satisfied with just planting seeds. She turned on the sprinklers when she started talking about ways we could partner, punctuating it with, "I really want to partner with you in this ministry!" Wow, how cool is that?
Dear Friends, I'm not sure how or when (or if), these seeds will take root and bloom. They have the potential to become a garden festival of sights and sounds and smells. What Cindy also planted in me was also hope.
Who waters your garden? Is there someone in your life who is always ready to offer you the encouragement you need when you need it? Whose garden are you watering?
I'm linking this post to Giving Up on Perfect and Coffee for Your Heart.
6 I planted the seed and Apollos watered it. But God is the one who made the seed grow.