On Saturday morning, we drove to the coast, knowing about the activity, that was to take place for a few days. For this moment, I am only posting this one photo. My heart is heavy, for those swept out to sea, on that day. Out of respect for them I am praying for those that have lost loved ones.
i think of you
what i know
you are loved
a golden shore above..
We recently had the pleasure of young life come to visit. It livened us up and for several days, our blood flowed as it hadn’t in a long time. I had opportunity to be silly and participate in silly songs and actions. Grandpa G got to lighten up a
little I mean a lot, we ventured out to places that we had not been too for a while. We were delighted to finally meet Chloe. Big brother Corbin was very much intrigued by what he saw at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum. I enjoy capturing those moments, that make me wonder what they are thinking about at the time..
As I looked at this photo, my immediate thought was “Boundaries.”
more love and respect, is what we need, kinder and giving is good indeed, setting boundaries to protect human life and those in the wild. God help me this New Year to see with new eyes, to be a better human as the days of my life fly by. grant me wisdom in all that i do and to make a difference, aligned with your point of view..r gould