“But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid; for behold, I bring you good news of great joy which will be for all the people; for today in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.'”
“No no no! Ich! Usch! Stop that! Blech!” While that reaction can fit many different scenarios,
Old Uncle Harry giving you a wet, sloppy kiss at the family reunion
“No no no! Ich! Usch! Stop that! Blech!”
This morning before sunrise, while walking Sugarpants, I was blessed to see Venus, shining big and bright. So big that I thought maybe it was Jupiter but I investigated and—no. The night sky has always held my fascination and I could look at it for hours, if in a comfy position. It speaks to me: soul, mind and spirit. I’m not all that knowledgeable about the facts but enjoy the wonders for the response they evoke in me. Normally I might fight feeling small but in the case of viewing the heavens, it is actually comforting. In my opinion, it is a time when the word Awesome is actually used appropriately; it truly is awe-inspiring!!
I hope I see Venus again soon.
A Life: Do you ever wash your hands while you are in the bathroom at school?
Sonny: Only on Wednesdays.
While my intention is to use my own words, photos, and videos throughout A Life Pictured, sometimes I like being able to find and use others’ work as well. This is a “Thank You!” to all those who clearly mark their media with the applicable license, whether Creative Commons, public domain, Unsplash or others. You sure make it easier for the rest of us. Much appreciated!
“It must be a book because they are making it into a movie!”
How long has it been since you laughed out loud? Oh, we like to write lol but are we really Laughing Out Loud??
Yesterday when I walked Snugglemuffins, I saw an amazing moon hovering in the treetops. As soon as we got home, I grabbed the camera and went back out. Too late. Moonset.
Hubby took me, as a side trip, to a place he found interesting for what it once had been. However, I was fascinated with the present and future that I found at my feet as I stepped out of the car. Literally at my feet—and under my feet—was a myriad of dry elm fruits, one of several kinds of winged seeds, samara, that capture my fancy. (OK, maybe I could actually count them but it would have been a difficult process. While now we most often use it to mean innumerable or an innumerable quantity of something, did you know that historically, the word myriad meant ten thousand?) I wish I had had a camera at the ready so I could have taken a photo of the bounty and the trees. I had not seen the seeds before and first and foremost, they reminded me of God’s creativity. As I walked along a path littered with hundreds, if not thousands—maybe a myriad or more—of these fruits, I thought of the intricacies of nature, the abundance, the smartness.