Above is St. Ann Church Irving, TX.
Below: Cropped section of the Lake Lewisville beach.
I read that in digital photography, monocrome is converting to grayscale.
Warm light through the window
Where did the suspect go?
I was over at “Puget lines and Edges” and reading his poem on overcoming obstacles. I really can relate to that poem. Lately I have been facing obstacles in my life. One of them has been having little strength caring for myself. I realize that if something was to get done a bit faster than my honey can get to it, I would need to get to it myself. Today my honey didn’t have enough time to help me bathe, so I did most of it myself. You would think a grown woman would be able to do it all, but there was only a portion on my back that I couldn’t rinse well by myself. I guess sometimes you have to say “help”. I did overcome that one obstacle that was holding me back from being able to do it all alone today. I praise the Lord for that!
Yesterday’s prompt at “The Daily Post” was: What was your favorite plaything as a child? Do you see any connection between your life now, and your favorite childhood toy?
As a child, we didn’t have a lot of toys. I remember a doll and a teddy bear. I suppose the bear had to be my favorite. When I think of bears, I think of bearing something like a burden or a child. Well, I never was able to bear a child, but I have born many burdens in my time. Like now. I suppose the biggest burden in my life at this time would be the physical burden of the extra weight that has crippled me. I have sought the Lord God for help. He is going to help me. I will bear this burden no longer!