The weekly photo challenge this week encourages us to put up a photo of something UNIQUE to us.
Last July we spent some time in Boston. This musician was entertaining the crowds at the Boston Commons. I think that his creation of music is unique.
Had to go back a few years to grab this one. This building appears to be growing out of the fog. I thought it unusual.
I regret the day my dog sadie got loose and was hit by a car.
The bus in front contains nearly all our luggage and supplies as we head into the mountains of Guatemala last March. I spent a week with a team of about 25 providing medical care and hope to the native Mayans of a poor, rural area. We were LAUNCHING our mission trip. G.O. Ministries is the organization.
This weeks photo challenge caused me to pause to ponder what my picture of comfort looked like. This seating area is part of a room that I call my sanctuary. The room was created shortly after my husband of six years and I married. At the time we both owned homes. It was most practical for me to sell mine and move into his. I quickly discovered that I needed a place to call my own. At the time this room housed boxes and items awaiting a dump run so I took the time to clean it out. During a trip to a local store for other purposes I discovered the seating, it would be perfect! I brought it home. The room was decorated with the few pieces that I kept from my home and items that I truly loved. I have spent many quiet hours in the space; reading, praying and listening to beautiful music. For me this space is a picture of comfort.
Thanks for an authentic challenge.
Beautiful little 6 year old in traditional Guatemalan clothing.
We took a ride up the side of a mountain to minister to a village that seldom sees outsiders. This little girl broke my heart.
This older woman was about four feet tall. Isn’t she just fabulous in those new glasses?!