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Tag Archives: Grand Canyon
SNAPSHOTS: Ever get to the place where you need to make a decision about which path to take when facing a fork in the road? Traipsing along a path in the woods suddenly there’s a fork: which way to find … Continue reading
When we look around and see the beauty of God’s creation – an intricate flower, a beauteous bluebird, turquoise oceans, trees with golden leaves – it’s like a reading a love letter. Seeing Heavenly paintbrushes busy in a glorious sunset … Continue reading
Yesterday Mama & I were blessed to hear the Williamsburg Community Chapel concert (the Chapel graciously video-fed it into Papa’s computer so Mama could watch it on his very big screen.) From start to finish, what glorious, glorious music! Papa … Continue reading
As another new year rolls in the old dissipates into memories: maybe some good, maybe some bad, but memories just the same. I don’t know ’bout you, but i hope some 2013 memories fade FAST. The usual gig here … Continue reading
Here’s a quickie quote on this Lenten Thursday for mind munching & heart scrunching… “Nothing is more practical than finding God, that is, in falling in love in a quite absolute, final way. What you are in love with, what … Continue reading
“A voice of one crying out in the desert: “Prepare the way of the Lord, make straight His paths. Every valley shall be filled and every mountain and hill shall be made low. The winding roads shall be made straight, … Continue reading
Once again, it’s Wednesday photographs (on Thursday)… plus a quote from St. Augustine to contemplate as you zoom about beach holidays & mountain get-a-ways (escaping the heat, which today, thankfully is a Bit Cooler than our 100+ temps of last … Continue reading
My brother & I visited the Grand Canyon a few years ago in February — it was so so SO COLD(!) but so so SO Beautiful… we had a Grand Time all around!!