The longer we carry the bottle, the heavier it gets, even though its weight does not change. The same is true for stress, worry, anger and hatred.
We hiked in the 1.7 miles up to the intersection of the pipe and the end of one section of the trail. We dropped our packs and climbed up the steep path that houses the pipe
Sometimes when we flail, fight and resist, we only sink deeper, perhaps even drown in our unwanted reality.
Obviously, the location was remarkably beautiful, at times breathtaking. What was surprising to me was how absolutely kind, thoughtful, safe and hardworking the many people with whom we came in contact were.
I woke up early this morning and had the brilliant idea to go take a drive into Provo Canyon and up the Alpine Loop past Sundance Resort. I wanted to do something to escape the unfortunate Coronavirus circumstances in which we find ourselves.
I love sunsets. Honestly, I would photograph them every day if I could.
On a sunset hike, Stensen sits in the tall grass and contemplates the end of the day You may know that Stensen, my son, lives in GA. He generally comes out for a visit in summer and during Christmas. We love having him here sooooo much. Today he left to fly back home and I … Continue reading A Stensen Buck Visit
The light this morning was nice and my eyes were quite stimulated on the way to church. As I drove through a place called Campground Road, I stopped for a few minutes to take this images. Finally a little video. Didn't work it as well as I should have. Still enjoyable though.
Since the weather was so wonderful today, Harrisen, Elias, Sara, Ellie and I decided to go the river at a nearby state park. There was lots of trash all around the river, but nonetheless, it was still fun working our way up to the water and under the bridge. We also enjoyed a walk through … Continue reading Day at Funky River