Now I finally moved from W-coast to East coast of the USA, one of my last weekly posts linking up to the memes/ challenges I LOVE.
All Seasons will stay from Sunday to Wednesday,
but my weekly posts will change (don’t know yet how long) to a journal style with relevant issues of this time.
This last half year has made me realize “truth” is very important to me, and “righteousness” even more.
You probably know or at least have heard of the term “the silent majority.”
I do not want to be silent or beat around the bush, and speak out in my weekly posts to what I hold dear and right.
So hang on. In advance I’ll apologize for my edginess My professional colleagues have called me “strong” – a nice term for opinionated, haha. Hope you can see through the raw or prickly edge and understand
what message I am trying to get through.
Since all my time will be taken up to write my subjects, I won’t have time to do the weekly memes/challenges for a while.
During the 4 weeks we lived here this summer, since hubby had to build a deck for a cabin at 4000 feet in the mountains – an area of second – and weekend houses and cabins.
A very relaxed atmosphere with vacationing people.
One afternoon we took time to go into town for a few hours. To explore Senora, not far from the North of Yosemite Nat. Park, so the landscape was mountainous.
What was interesting was that next door, the neighbors were building a house from scratch for their daughter, son in law, and his mother.
The people here are so welcoming and concerned for others welfare. When they discovered Hubby had broken his finger, they immediately were ready to pray for him for healing.
Thurs Doors, Weekend Reflection, One Word Sunday
Delicate white flowers are my favorite of the roses
Floral Fri Foto, Fri Bliss, Nature Notes
Not a big town, but a strong influence of the (7th Day) Adventists, as seen by their hospital and and several health clinics in town. What I liked is that they acknowledged the accomplishments of the past.
When I talked to the owner of the cabin during a lunch (he had come to help hubby with the deck) about the religious influence in town, he said something that sounded very strange to me.
“Where there is much religiosity, unfortunately also much alcohol abuse.” On our walk through town, I was finding out that was a true statement. When we passed several small restaurants with people sitting outside, having a good time …, after a few minutes I noticed they were a little too happy … oh no, they’re bars… at 2 o’clock on a mid week day?
This town had several steep hills. Having lived in a 3000 feet area, I am proud to say, when we reached the top of this hill, I was not gasping for breath, as I would have done before! This is a fire house chapel in the distance, at a very busy intersection of several roads. This was the only way I could get both monuments in view.
Makro-Tex: something important
This sky so you will remember my love for color:)
Thanks to all the hosts