It has been a beautiful Summer, filled with mini road trips, concerts in the park, and an occasional excursion to the lake.
Fall is here, and the beautiful Aspen trees splash the mountain side with its golden glow.
It was hard to get out of bed this morning, the chill in the air set the temperature gauge at 33 degrees, Burr.
I drew open the blinds and there it was, a blanket of snow on Pikes Peak already.
As much as I don’t like change, I do love watching the seasons slowly merge.
The hot summer days exchange its warmth for cold crisp mornings as Autumn presents itself.
Soon the trees will be bare with their branches standing tall in the silhouette of the winter’s eve.
Change happens right before our eyes, yet at times it goes unnoticed.
In this new season, it’s time to slow down.
The thought of sweaters and boots, scarves and knitted hats, make this time of the year exciting.
Snuggling up by a warm fire with a good book will be on my list of things to do.
The smell of cinnamon candles and pumpkin pie brings the season together.
It is most definitely a new season in my life.
I have enjoyed writing from my heart to you, my reader, in the hope that God would meet you right where you are and bring healing.
For the next several weeks, I will be taking a break from blogging.
I hope not to be gone for too long.
On the sea of his grace will still be up with content that had already been written for those who may have missed a post or two.
Thank you all for connecting with me on this journey, your words of encouragement and the stories of your lives, help me write.
I am praying for all of you near and far,
Ecclesiastes 3:1 “To everything, there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven.”