/// Hey Everyone! I’ve noticed I have some new friends joining my page so I thought I’d introduce myself with a few facts about me!
1) I’m in love with Jesus 2) I DESPISE watermelon 3) I am a lover of jazz music 4) I’m part Armenian and part Mexican 5) One of my biggest pet peeves is when someone doesn’t erase a whiteboard completely
What about you? Are you a watermelon fan? Can you stand jazz? What’s your nationality? What’s your biggest pet peeve? 😄💛
To all my fellow photographers still trucking along with sessions and editing before the Thanksgiving holiday... may the force be with you. We’re almost there! I’m headed off to two chilly sessions this morning, then I have lots of editing and packing to do before we leave for Nashville tomorrow. 🦃
Seed Planting Sunday. I was admiring the beautiful sunset the other night, while setting up an event at a farm in Pennsylvania.
The silhouette of the trees, the farmhouse and barn were like shadowed works of art. I was in awe of the quiet scene; my thoughts only interrupted by distant laughter of friends.
How many times has this world witnessed a sunset? Millions? Billions maybe? I can't help but wonder what the very first sunset may have looked liked.
# "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. And God saw that the light was good. And God separated the light from the darkness. God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day. ..." Genesis 1:1-31.
Day after day, year after unknown years, the sun sets and rises without fail, always on time, exactly in place. There isn't a single thing man has ever invented with the precision and longevity such as the sun.
There isn't a car, a watch, a battery, a phone, satellite, or even a solar panel that comes close to the perfect performance of the sun. And yet, we entrust our lives with such things.
We have a perfect God that creates only perfection. And He created YOU. You are perfectly made. Trust The One who made you. Jesus wants you to trust Him. YOU are His works of art. And that is very good.
Can you believe it's Thanksgiving week? Any special plans for your holidays?
And I can hardly believe that the end of 2017 is coming up so quickly! I'm looking forward to setting new goals and pursuing new ideas. Getting started in a new area again takes alot of work! •
I will be spending several posts in the days ahead sharing favorites and gratefulness from this past year! Also I look forward to sharing some of my favorites from this year as well as some of my new services for 2018!