bowtiepinaforethumb2[Outfit Details: Pinafore: Jitterbuggin’ (see it also here) | Blouse: Modcloth | Shoes: Tilly’s | Flower hairclip: Lila-Jo]

Doing: preparing lunch for the boys
Listening: “Swing” By Decker
Reading: Not In My Town by Dillon Burroughs & Charles Powell

In going over a memory verse with Leto this week, which was the beginning part of what Jesus commanded His disciples to do (and us) before His ascension into heaven; I never took note of this before even though I have read it countless times: “And he said to them, ‘Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation.'” – Mark 16:15 . . .Did you get that? The whole creation. I was thinking about this verse immediately, “And some of the Pharisees in the crowd said to him, ‘Teacher, rebuke your disciples.’ He answered, ‘I tell you, if these were silent, the very stones would cry out.’” – Luke 19:39-41 What was happening at that time was that people were rejoicing over Jesus being THE KING as they placed Him on a donkey.

Leto was talking this morning to flowers that have been growing in our living room (they are sprouts at the moment).  I was thinking about how I talked to a doe recently.  If I am to stay silent about the gospel of Christ, something in nature would scream out about Jesus.  I must not be silent, as that would be disobedient to the ruler of all: Jesus.  He wants me to tell about what He did, so much so that even the things He created without souls are even to know of Him and do His bidding. I told Leto to tell the plants about Jesus.  Most people would think this to be very awkward, but it is scriptural! The only ruler we are to rejoice over ever is Jesus, for He created those who rule over others even. I think that is amazing.

Join the conversation! 11 Comments

  1. plants have souls and the same with trees,they have a secret life that is only revealed to those willing to climb them. 😉

  2. Great insight about how our Gospel relationship is with all of creation, not just the people-part of creation, Victoria.

  3. Sometimes I do think about being a vegetarian, because I love animals so much. However God did provide some animals for our consumption after the fall.

    Are you going to keep your hair sea green or going to touch up on it? I think it’s lovely the way it is.

  4. You look beautiful! I really like this outfit, something I would like to wear! Your hair does seem to be fading, but in a pretty way.

    I think it is awesome that your son was talking to plants, I talk to my plants! lol! I also talk to Louie, but, he is my big furry baby.

  5. I seriously can’t get enough of your hair. The color is the perfect shade of blue! I can’t wait to see what you do next 😉



    Southern (California) Belle

  6. I really love your pinafore and hair – such a cute combo!

  7. I haven’t checked up on this blog in a little bit- I’ve missed it! and WHOA! Blue hair!? LOVE IT!!

  8. You are such a babe! Love the hair color!


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About Victoria / Justice Pirate

Victoria. Anabaptist, Wife of Rob, Mom of two boys, minimalist, quilt maker, Resources Adviser/Social Media Manager for anti-human trafficking awareness organization Justice Network (


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