You never know what’s just around the bend (good or bad). Refocus to assure you don’t swerve too far off the chosen path you’ve been asked to travel.
Please join us as we watch Billy Graham’s funeral via live feed from the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina. (You can also rewatch the live feed later.)
via Facebook on the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association page:
We just got back from our 30th, anniversary trip out west.
I was determined to help my husband check off some of his bucket list,✔️ all while revisiting childhood memories.
I was born and raised in California till age 11, and dad would always pack us up in the Jeep, camping as we headed east. I say “camped”, but we really roughed it.
We never stayed in a campground. ⛺️
So, I had remembered Zion as being one of my favorite, places ever.
And once again, she did not disappoint!😍
I’ve been experiencing severe back, leg and shoulder pain for almost two years now, and we almost canceled our trip.
But after some recent deaths in the family, that were SO sudden, we talked of how there is no guarantee in life, and every day is precious…and you have to grab every moment when you can.
Make the memories where you can. ❤️
I re-thought it, and just decided to try and medicate myself and try some of the “easier” trails.
This is a picture from one of them.
Just like a postcard, I tell ya.
I wouldn’t say the trails were so “easy” and boy did I pay for it once I tried to sleep, but I’m still glad we now have these memories together.
PS I will try to post more pictures of our trip when I finally get back on eastern time 😴 and my body has some time to recuperate.😜
Although, here in Indiana it’s still in the 90s.
I felt so bad for all the men working to replace our roof for the last three days! We noticed all the neighbors were getting their roofs replaced, so we had ours checked as well.
Yep, that’s what happens when you get some pretty large hail.
All the banging and mess made me think of all those in Texas and Florida, Puerto Rico, everywhere it seems…are having to totally gut their homes and rebuild; it is so sad to see everything people are going through.
And then there’s all the fires as well. (My dad used to help fight the fires in California when he was a young Marine.)
We keep praying for everyone affected by these tragedies; it must be so devastating to have to start all over. I can’t even imagine!
If anyone is looking for a place to donate, we feel confident with Samaritan’s Purse, Operation Blessing or Convoy of Hope https://www.convoyofhope.org/donate/.
I have personally worked alongside the founders of Convoy of Hope; they are good people and 100% goes to relief efforts. Many times they are first on the scene with the other organizations I just mentioned above.