“Keep Shining Your Light”

My sister: “This is a view from what we called “The Front Porch” (Tetons National Park). It’s a long ride into camp and you have to have stamina and a good horse. It’s not for quitters or complainers”.

My sister took this photo in the summer of 2015. It’s a photo of where we spread my Dad’s ashes (after he died) being it was his favorite place in all the world. It’s speaking to me in more ways than one right now ….especially for what’s happening in the world currently with the Coronavirus or whenever anyone or anything tries to put out our light. Keep going, Everyone! And stay strong!!! Thank you Dad and my sister for the light and the reminder today!!

“Where Spring Blooms, There Is Hope”

Happy First Day Of Spring 2020, Everyone! With a hard winter and hard health challenges facing mankind this year with Coronavirus Covid-19, it’s been challenging at times to believe there is “hope” for better tomorrows and better seasons. However, “nature” and a bigger power tells us differently. In all of their wonder, they shoot out messages to us every day if we only stop, look more closely, and listen. With that said, take comfort in this beautiful passage and never give up…
Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.” ~Romans 12:12

“Be A Little Boulder”

I don’t think I’ll ever forget the day Hubby and I landscaped my parents old house with these rocks. Hubby loaded them on a tractor to place them in piles while I placed each rock in a certain spot. The task didn’t come without complications. It was a hot day and some of the rocks were impossible to carry or they would start rolling away. Wha? Yes, I remember the both of us cussing a lot (which I don’t do!). Let’s just say, we never wanted to see another landscaping rock in our life. Along with our neighbors’ moral support and my brother helping in the end, we were able to get through it. Now here we are three years later and I couldn’t be more thankful for the hard work, lifting, and time put into it. They look more magical than ever on a snowy day in the middle of winter making a “statement” all of their own.