We enjoyded a night in Chicago to celebrate our anniversary. Here is the view from our room of historic 4th Presbyterian Church in Chicago.
This is the 2nd (and last) post in a sort of mini family theme. (I promise, no family photo album here!) I just was taken by this moment…my oldest son holding my youngest grandson. Thanks for stopping by.
To my WordPress family: we celebrate Christmas in the Garcia home. Whatever expression of faith you hold dear, may you and those you love and care for know grace and peace.
An interestingly twisted tree at Starved Rock State Park. Or…a fossilized xenomorph.
Thought I would pay a quick visit again to our annual Grundy County Corn Festival Parade before posting some more Fall pictures. This is my youngest son. We have enjoyed watching the hard work, teamwork, and fantastic performances of the high school band that he has been a part of for the past four years. Yup…I am kind of a proud papa. Thanks for stopping by.
Would love to walk through that door and see what’s inside one of the wind turbines that you can see in my previous post. Maybe they are not wind turbines after all…maybe they are launch vehicles that will take us straight to……
For this post: our Midwest sky near Ransom, IL. This is one of the few remaining summer skies around here. Fall is slowly moving in.