There were days that the view was clear and seemingly endless.
And then one afternoon the fog rolled in. We took a walk to experience the change.
I told Chuck, “It reminds me of faith. You can only see enough to take the next step forward.”
Off in the distance lies the unknown. The uncertainty. It looks scary. Daunting.
I looked down on our walk and picked up a few reminders.
Because I need to be reminded about my own “faith walk.” And the certainty that in the dense fog I can trust my Jesus.
Kara. Amy. Karen. Vicki. Katy. Doris. David. Greg. Issa. Yvonne. Samantha.
When doctors don’t deliver what we want to hear.
You were on my heart and part of my prayers, in Kitty Hawk, NC.
Another route we strolled.
Girl babies don’t trump boy babies. While on vacation with Sidney, Ebony sent me this photo of Macien.
I love these two!
Choosing to rest in the murky waters. Jesus holds. Just one step.
“These things I remember, as I pour out my soul.” ~Psalm 42
Faith that sustains in the hardest of hard. In the most trying places.
Sometimes the burdens are too big to bear alone.
Finding joy. Peace.
Walking amongst seashells.