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Sunday, August 4, 2013

A Collection of Favorites

 I am not a camper, my honey is not a camper. We are more five star hotel with room service kinda campers! But this Love so sweet and thoughtful! I wanted to share it since my honey and I are going on a little phamily getaway with the kids. Remember the house in the mountains? We are going to head up there soon and spend a few glorious days just hanging out!
How about some blue skies to enjoy these mountains with?
Even Colorado winters showcase the beautiful blue skies we have!
The water takes on a palette of beautiful shades of beautiful blues!

Marydon is waiting for you to share your favorite Love is...with us. Then you can stop by Sally's and share some blues!
Some favorite Scripture even has touches of mountains and blues. The Book of James was correct in letting us know that when we lack wisdom we should consult God and He will give wisdom to us! This second verse really hits home regarding the state of our world and the fact that as Americans I believe we will be tested sooner than we think! Trust God and Pray. Our country is very vulnerable and we need to turn our hearts toward God! Please visit Charlotte whi is the hostess for Spiritual Sunday. Please stop by and say hello and join the fine people who share encouragement and all things related to faith there.


Dewena Callis said...

Have a wonderful time in that beautiful place. And take lots of pictures!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Have a great time!!! Can't wait to see your photos!!!

Denise said...

Hope you have a really great time.

Intense Guy said...

I used to go camping all the time - and now it has been ages!

Still enjoy a good road trip though! and I hope you enjoy yours!!!

SmilingSally said...

What's not to love at that campground?

(Like you, I do not "do" camping.)

Have a good Blue Monday, Anne.

Diann said...

Hi Anne! That looks like a beautiful place.I hope you all have a wonderful time! Happy Blue Monday!

VBR said...

The most hated expression that my mother told me was 'You'll get over it' (much like your "you'll live').

yes, sure we did get over things and we did live, but at the time, a tiny bit of comfort would have made getting over it and living so much easier!