Phoneagraphy: Weekly Photo Challenge

This weeks photo challenge asked us to use our phone camera and the mobile version to create the post. I did as asked but now edit the original at the desktop.
My neighborhood was receiving a blanket of snow so I decided to stay indoors.


On what I hope to be the final snowy night of this winter we enjoyed the warmth and glow of a fire.

Looking Forward

What are you most looking forward to right now? Leave a comment & let me know.

I am looking forward to the return of my best friend, Steven. The plan doesn’t get in until Saturday evening though and then it will take a few hours for him to drive home. So it will be late.

One of my favorite photo’s from MY trip to Guatemala last March. I just love the COLOR.


Weekly Photo Challenge-Hope

This beautiful Guatemalan child has put her Hope in something greater. I have been thinking quite a bit lately about HOPE because of the work that I do as a cancer nurse. People need HOPE. Deferred hope makes the heart sick. We need to have HOPE is things unseen. Faith to believe in things eternal. We need to offer HOPE to others when their cry is heard. For me, My HOPE is in You Lord.

Guatemalan Child


River of Stones

I have noticed the River of Stones image and writing on a number of bloggers pages. Today I had enough time to explore the concept. I do like the idea as it encourages the writer to be fully engaged with the world and then write a few words about it. Being totally present to the moment is something that I have been working to improve over the last several years and I can honestly say I am much better at it(or so I think), I guess we will see.

Today’s small stone:

Driving to work I noticed four crows sitting in four trees right in a row. Thought it would make an excellent photo but no time and no camera.