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Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Strangford Sunset

How was your day?

I hope you it was a good one. I hope you were able to spend time with those you love and the One who loves you more than life.

I just wanted to leave you with this sunset from tonight.


One thing that I love about this country is the long summer days. The above photo was taken around 10:00pm this evening. It doesn't get dark until nearly 11 these days!

We had a great dinner and evening with the family celebrating my mother in laws birthday.

Elijah is giving her some thing we made for her.

She was in a car accident yesterday so we are so very thankful that we have her with us to celebrate another year.

Life is precious. Don't take it for granted.

7 comments:

Brittany Ann said...

Oh, how sweet is that pic of E and his grandma! I can't believe it's light till almost 11! How summery!

I can't wait to see you! So soon! I love you! Kiss the boys for me!

Miss Paula said...

Ah! I wasn't kicked off....oh well yep there is goes...

Pam said...

What a lovely summer evening! It still gets dark a little after 8 p.m. here, I wish it were later!

Kristen said...

beautiful sunset!

Liz @ My Full Cup said...

Hi Melissa! I'm sorry it has taken me so long to get over here to comment. I actually stopped here there other day and enjoyed reading through your blog but didn't get a chance to say hi!

I'm so glad that Anna told us about each other. How fun to get to "meet" before we officially meet at the MTC. I am very excited for your family and how the Lord is leading you. I look forward to following along with your journey.

God bless!
Liz Ferguson
P.S. The pictures you take are really amazing. I love that we both share a love for photography! How fun is that?! :)

Mrs. Rabe said...

So glad to hear that Mrs. Gill is ok! Happy Birthday to her!

See you in few weeks -

Becky K. said...

I am thankful with you that Mrs. Gill will be ok.

Hope this next year is full of blessings for her.

Your photo of the sunset made me talk out loud, "Oh, how pretty!"

Nice job.