Fall Turned into Winter.

I have not figured out why time must be everything but slow. I mean it can whiz, fly, flash, and blink by. If any of you are like me, you still have beautiful fall photos in the camera. Fall photos that have not made it on the blog. (close your ears as I scold myself… again)

Fall photos that you had just HIGH hopes.  Sigh.

Between you and I, we will pretend that … well…. it isn’t a week until ….. well… you know that one holiday.

The one with the big round guy…..

Christmas. :)

So, please no laughing.  Here is a little fall in your winter.

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The above photos I actually sent through a photo editor. I did a Google search and found PicMonkey.

The following are unedited fall photos later in the season.

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And for giggles this is what it looks like outside today!

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Remember life is always about embracing the blessings of today and enjoying every simple moment. Those are the moments that bring us the most Joy.

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“If it seems slow in coming, wait patiently, for it will surely take place. It will not be delayed.”  Habakkuk 2:3

Freedom. Something Beautiful.

Freedom what makes life “perfect”. Sometimes, freedom only comes when we make the choice to no longer live in the past. Faith tells me to let the past year die away, to no longer live in the shadows of what was, but rather live for today and what is…

When we do that, that is when something beautiful happens, something I call freedom. 

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Always embrace what God gives us today. The simpleness of today brings the biggest smiles. :)

Day 8 - Sunrises.

This morning I got a text from my mom, “Look at the sunrise”. So I immediately jumped out of bed and ran to the window to look. The photo gives not justice, but isn’t it beautiful?
Remember its the simple things that make us happy, that bring us the most joy, if we but take the time to enjoy them.

Day Two – Wide Open Spaces


There is just something about being outside. When I refer to outside I mean, wide open spaces, with no one around, no sounds. Nothing. Have you ever had the opportunity to experience that? I sure hope so!

After having a … well… blah. kind of day, my mom encouraged me to get outside and breath in the fresh air. So that is exactly what I did, until I slid on a patch of snow and my foot landed in an ice cold water puddle.

But before that happened I managed to take a picture of my thankfulness number two…..






“Remember you are dust and to dust you shall return.”


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