Monday, September 27, 2010

Fall Chalkboard Pantry Door

It was painful to erase my favorite things for summer from my pantry chalkboard door,
but seasons come and go, and change is good.
My little door has a new look for Fall.

If you can't tell by the photo, it says:

Gods Little Pumpkin

He picks you from the patch and washes you...

cuts off the top and scoops out all the yucky stuff...

removes the seeds of doubt, hate, and greed.

Then He carves you a new smiling face

and puts His light inside you to shine

for all the world to see.

I am so thankful He did this for me, and I hope I can be a light in a dark world to shine for Him.

Fall blessings,


Glenda/MidSouth said...

Love the Fall blessing! Your Grandson does not try to write on the board?
Loving this weather, had stuff to do at home today, so opened the door for fresh air - after it warmed up a bit. It was a little nippy early morning.
Enjoy your week.

Kimmy said...

Oh I love this little poem!! I'm gonna have to save it somewhere. I'm so glad He did this for me too :)

Flat Creek Farm said...

Love it!! I also adore all of your Fall decor, shared below. Just wonderful! Now, I'd better get busy. I've only decorated the chicken coop :) -Tammy

racheld said...

What a sweet and seasonal door to greet you every morning!! Which of you is the wonderful calligrapher?

I find something wonderful to look at every time I visit, Sheila!


Anonymous said...

I love it! It looks sweet with the little pumpkins and vines. Great job. What a great little poem. Thanks for sharing.

Nanette said...

Oh that is so sweet. Your fall chalkboard is wonderful!

Victoria Lynn said...

What a great idea for the door. I love the poem and artwork! Happy Fall. Thank you for stopping by and for the kind comment. I don't know your cousin, but I just moved here two years ago - we LOVE it! Blessings, Victoria Lynn

oops! said...

Your chalk board door is a great idea! The poem is very inspirational! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

So adorable! The writing on the door doesnt look like it was done in chalk. How did you get it to look that way? I look forward to seeing more of your artwork :)