Hello and welcome!
I'm taking a little break from unpacking to play a little catch up here on the blog. It has been a whirlwind two weeks...ummm....months for me and I feel a little out of control. That may not be such a bad thing now that I think about it. Maybe control is something that I need to give up. That's another blog post, I'm sure.
I had grand intentions of blogging about our journey with nice photos of the sites along the way and updates on the progress and where we were each night and well....that didn't really happen like I had planned. I don't really know why I make plans. David and I have gotten the message that there isn't a "plan" with our lives right now. Well, let me rephrase that.... HE has a plan so therefore WE shouldn't try to make our own. We should just learn to flow with His plan. That's where the peace lies. I pray that I do better with that as the days go by.
In an effort to catch up here, I thought maybe I would post some of my favorite photos of the last week or so and let you see some of the things that I have seen on this adventure called "life". You can click on the photos to enlarge them.
|Somewhere on the road between Alabama & Tennessee|
|My best friend enjoying a nice Subway picnic lunch in the cab of the truck somewhere in Tennessee.|
Moving right along....
|beautiful Virginia farmland|
|another beautiful Virginia farm|
|Pennsylvania had their fair share of great barns and silos.|
|Another great Pennsylvania barn and silo...|
|This, I believe, is the Hudson River.|
|A wonderful reason to move cross-country....a little father and son time before we sat down for our Thanksgiving meal...sharing their love of music and playing guitar.|
|The cutest little pumpkins stuffed with Cappy's stuffing & baked to perfection. What a beautiful presentation and oh so good!|
|Welcome to New Hampshire!|
Yes, folks.....that is ice covering the windshield! In Louisiana, less ice than that would have closed schools and other businesses....caused bread and batteries to fly off the shelves the week before in anticipation of the event....and definitely kept us at home. Not in New Hampshire though! We headed out to Country Kitchen for a nice wonderful breakfast!
|A view of the evening sky from our deck...|
|The beautiful little grand-girl who lives just around the corner. We are enjoying our time spent with her and her parents.|
|A yummy Greek Salad from my favorite restaurant in town. Yes, it is within walking distance of my apartment!|
|The hot plate worked great! We enjoyed some yummy Taco Soup on a cold New England day.|
|Pennsylvania and Virginia barns have nothing on this wonderful old round barn in Vermont. I heard they were making this into a museum of some sort. I need to make a return visit, I think, when I can stop and take a look around.|
|This crazy Vermont horse thought that he was king of the mountain. This shot, taken from a moving car, doesn't show the other horses to the left of the photo standing there looking at him.|
|View from our car as we're traveling through Worcester Woods, a wildlife management area near the town of Worcester, Vermont.|
|The state capitol building in Montpelier, Vermont.|
|Another beautiful Vermont photo....|
|Beautiful Vermont sunset sky...|
|A view of the common of my new hometown...|
|Another view of my new hometown.....|
|This is the gazebo on the town common. The town is just starting to be decorated for Christmas. I can't wait to get some shots when the decorations are complete.|
I hope you have enjoyed the photo tour of what has been going on in my life through the eyes of my camera. Thanks so much for taking time to stop by and see me! I've been a little under the weather today so I'm going to take it easy. I hope to see you around again soon.