In this post you can read about this stunning location. I have a deep love and appreciation for the wonderful people we partnered with in Guatemala, and and equal love for this beautiful country. Thanks for stopping by.
In part 4 of this series I talked about our missions team arriving at a children’s home situated near the Bay of Santiago Atitlan. Some of the team members stayed at the home with the children and some of us hiked to the top of a ridge above the home. It was a wonderful hike along a narrow, steep path, with thick trees and plants. By the time we reached the top, clouds were carried over the ridge by the wind and we stepped into a mysterious world of beauty shrouded in mist. I thought a Hobbit might step into this Middle Earth-ish world. Part 5b will have more images from this location. Thanks for stopping by!
Winter Garden, Florida was a delightful downtown with amazing boutiques, eateries and coffee shops. Shout out to Main House Market (best peppermint lavender kombucha on the planet!) and Doxology.
it’s not going to be okay at least not in the way we want it to be okay won’t do today longing for so much more it’s not going to be okay at least not in the way we want it to be the sorrow stays my heart is sure there is a place where tears will end okay then when will that day be it’s not going to be okay at least not in the way we want it to be there’s a promise for you and for me surrender will be all on our knees finally light will be all we see light will be all we see
A beautiful Fall morning in my little hometown. Hope you have a great day and a wonderful week!
Enjoyed time with my colleagues during our annual retreat in Baraboo, Wisconsin. These images were taken at Devil’s Lake State Park. Thanks for stopping by.
A few moments that caught my eye as Fall descends in our area.
Just a couple of winter scenes near home.
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Just a few images of light and color. November is being rather kind by sharing mild temperatures. The Illinois River and my home are the locations for these images. Thanks November!