“I’m so sorry for your loss” has become such a common phrase in the past year. I use it so much that my phone automatically suggests that whenever I type, I'm. The past year has been a year of loss a loss of normalcy, a loss of family, a loss of friends, the loss of relationships, and I could go on. It is heartbreaking it seems like we've lost all normalcy and all hope in this past year.
This week I was listening to Third Day’s Farewell CD. Yes, I know I am old school and still listen to CDs. God of Wonders is one my favorite of their songs. As always I am struck by the majesty of God and humbled that he would even care to be involved in my life.
Last weekend The Big Guy took a drive the The Hill Country looking for wild flowers. Did not see many blue bonnets.We did see a lot of Indian Blankets.
Our house in Florida had several gigantic pine trees in the backyard. Those majestic trees were easily close to 100 feet tall. That is pretty big for a couple of Texas kids who think a big tree is anything bigger than the house. During storms the wind would whip those gigantic pine trees around. Tree … Continue reading Trees
2020 was something else. It was a year that brought many changes, hardships and challenges to most of us, if not all of us. A verse that has been one my mind lately is Jeremiah 29:11. Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not … Continue reading New Year
Day 12: Balloons I just couldn’t come up with something I liked for slippery so I am using a prompt from the Inkober 52 list. Many years ago I got to see the Sandia Balloon Fest when I was in Albuquerque. It was so cool to see all of the hot air balloons filling the … Continue reading Inktober Days 12-14
Yes I am still behind but that is okay. The prompt for day 11 is supposed to be disgusting. Just couldn't come up with something for that. I found flight on the the weekly prompt list. I had a request that a I do a bird. So, I selected my favorite bird a hummingbird.