~ ~ ~ Abby and Hopie go to the beach. On Saturday my granddaughter, Abigail, asked if she could come to her Hopie's house all by herself. Of course, I said I would love that! Her older brother, Verne, wanted to go to a friend's house and her younger sister, Natalie, is too young to be away from mum for an overnighter. So...it was me and Abigail for the weekend. She wanted to stay 2 nights! I think she may have been slightly motivated by the need for some alone time and Natalie's late night crying. ~ We cooked homemade cornmeal waffles together for breakfast. When your grandmother is a Montessori teacher you learn to cut your waffles up by yourself. You can see the concentration on her face. I didn't help at all! Verne's first day of Kindergarten! I drove up in the morning to watch him get on the bus! He loves it! On Monday morning Abigail and I drove back up to her house. My daughter, Hannah, came over with delicious donuts and Bonnie made a breakfast of bacon, s
In this simplicity, there is such complexity, beauty, wonder. Praising the One Who is All.ReplyDelete
Happy Sabbath, Kara. May it bring you peace.ReplyDelete
Blessings on your Sunday!ReplyDelete
Such a simple and yet profound passage. Blessings to you today!ReplyDelete
One of my most peaceful times is the sunrise. Early morning and it's stillness when it seems all is beautiful in the world. The sun slipping up with a promise of a good day. Love your title for your lovely photo. :)ReplyDelete
What a beautiful and peaceful view! Thanks for sharing it along with the Scripture!ReplyDelete
I live in a town where I can experience gorgeous sunsets over the water every sunny night!ReplyDelete
Your photo is beautiful!
I heard a saying from Charles Stanley who said, "Every Sunset brings with it the promise of a new Dawn."
Thanks for sharing.