Friend, Christmas break finds me in Montana with Heather and her family. I cannot believe that I am back to my favorite mountains, the Rockies! I arrived on Monday pretty sick, I just think it was my bodys way of telling me how tired it was and how glad it was that now I had time to relax and get much needed rest. Today is Thursday and I am doing much better, thank God. Since the last time I was in Montana (four years ago) I didn’t take enough pictures of the mountains, this time around, I am not making the same mistake. No matter how busy I get I will do my best to post some pictures.
I recently experienced a very sad disappointment, I saw it coming but a big part of me hoped for a happier ending. Since then its been slow progress of accepting that sometimes, one must find the strength to sever ties, stand up and walk away.
The thing about witnessing a beautiful sunrise is that (at least this is true for me) you are filled with renewed hope, today is a brand new day and no matter how bad yesterday was, at least today you have the chance to make happy memories.
Remember him? Not a week goes by without me thinking of the kids I looked after last year.
Jesus, is like the light of morning at sunrise on a cloudless morning. With this light, he promises healing for those who fear His name.
I was showing my Peruvian friend pictures of home today when I stumbled over some pictures of my stay in the USA. Looking through them, I sure regret not taking more, I hope I get to go back oneday and when I do I have promised myself to take more time taking pictures. Hopefully I will not repeat the same mistake with Peru 🙂
Today I want to share with you a little bit of Montana.
My bestfriend/older sister Heather took me to Yellowstone the first week I was in Montana. Its because of her that I visited the States for nearly one year.
“Crooked Tree,” a place just before you enter the Bob Marshall if you coming from Augusta.
Sunset in Belgrade Montana.
Driving from Augusta to Helena.
At the age of 16 I put going to Yellowstone on my bucketlist, never giving it much thought that I would actually go there oneday 🙂
I am not one to attach to people and places easily, a lifetime spent of constantly moving from place to place has made me that way but with Montana its been different. I long to go back…I hope I do.