What Can I Give Him

“What can I give him, poor as I am?” The words to this beautiful poem were written before 1872 by Christina Rossetti and then published in 1906. It is a beautiful carol that describes the simplicity, humility and sense of awe that occurred that first Christmas. “In The Bleak Midwinter” In the bleak midwinter, frosty… Continue reading What Can I Give Him

A Slippery Slope

“Turn my eyes away from worthless things; preserve my life according to your word.” Psalm 119:37 (New International Version) The forecast from the world’s most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, was not a crowd pleaser at our house. We are more than a little eager for spring to arrive, and we sincerely hope the famous rodent… Continue reading A Slippery Slope

Jordan Pond

I know it is December, but I am not ready to accept the fact that the leaves have fallen and that autumn is about over. The image to the right (click to enlarge) is one of my favorites; it was created while experiencing my first trip to see the autumn colors of New England that… Continue reading Jordan Pond

Grateful for Provision

I am grateful. Grateful for the provisions of this day and for those of the past. At least, the provisions that I can remember! I rarely forget faces, but I am not that great when it comes to remembering things and places. Fortunately, I have a camera to record the events and can relive it… Continue reading Grateful for Provision

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Sunrise, Sunset

It had been one of those days. Nothing particularly exciting or noteworthy, but just being able to spend time together was such a treat. We were in the panhandle of Florida, celebrating our wedding anniversary where we had exchanged vows just one year earlier. The day was spent enjoying the simplest of things: hot cups… Continue reading Sunrise, Sunset

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