Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Suggest a caption for this tree: follow this blog, win a book!

As many of you know, I walk each day. I like to bring my camera on my walks and capture bits of nature. On a recent walk, I found this tree.

I decided to post the tree here and ask you all to put a caption with it. If you are a follower of this Broken Psalms blog, then you can play along! Place your caption in the comment section below and that will be your entry for a chance to win an autographed copy of Getting Out of Bed in the Morning. My "select committee" and I will choose the best name from the suggestions and that person will win a copy of my new devotional. The contest ends February 3.


  1. "God's branches reach in all directions"

  2. You have taken from me friend and neighbor [and family] — darkness is my closest friend. Psalm 88:18

    (Thank You for sharing Your Heart in today's post.. I could have written the same words of emptiness, desolation and feelings of failure - for different reasons. I am trying hard to put one foot in front of the other and to keep going - although most days I see no reason to do so...)

  3. Trusting God through the harsh winter of life.

  4. Though I walk Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, I will fear no evil, for You are with me.

  5. Thanks for being creative! The contest doesn't end until 2/3, so there's still time to tell all your friends to join us here.

  6. Make sure each of you has joined/followed this blog in order to be eligible for the giveaway! Thanks!

  7. peaceful nightfall!! very peacefull feeling seeing this.

  8. Twigs at Twilight.
    Winter's Sleep.
    Silent Silhoute.
    Psalm of WinterPrayer.
    Holder of the Vine.
    Jesse's Branches.

    Oh well....thanks for asking and I'll give it some more thought.

    In Christian Joy,
    Barb Shelton

  9. And the winner of the contest is Barbara Shelton with her caption: Psalm of WinterPrayer. Thanks to all, for playing! :-) Barb will have a signed copy of Getting Out of Bed in the Morning sent to her soon.