Sunday, October 25, 2009

i am checking out of the Frazer Valley. An odd emotionless, yet very emotional time. it's bizare. I think i am grieving, but i don't really know????? There has definitely been stuff to grieve over this fall, the releasing of a grandfather to heaven, the releasing of a sister to marriage and now the releasing of one aspect of my home, my church, my family. but I am also to gain all of those things as well, out East in Ontario, but we are talking about a different type of home, church, family.

i really have hardly the faintest clue who checks this blog, but if you are local here in BC, I have probably called you "friend" at some point and as such I thank you for your time in my life. May it continue now from afar. The Good Lord is sovereign and wise and had a plan in our lives touching. Be blessed.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

I cannot remember having a fall with such stunning colors as we are experiencing right now. It is so beautiful in fact, that I am going to go on a scooter ride just for the heck of it, to reap it in while it lasts.

I would say it is almost so beautiful that the newly-weds in the form of my sister and William were actually mistaken in their choice of Kauai, because it has taken them to the rainiest area on the earth and away from these golden colors which are life and healing and heaven to my senses.

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

I am reading in Kings at the moment.

I came across a passage that made my forehead furrow. It is in 1 kings 13: 11 and onwards. if anyone has any helpful insight on that passage, I am all ears.

on another note, i like how Elijah arrives on the scene. From what i can tell, he was a non-entity to the general public until his grand entrance of a prediction of a drought (but not a non-entity to God...what does THAT mean Einstein). Thereafter that prophetic event, he sorta dominates the scene. raises someone from the dead. has a showdown with the prophets of Baal. Has some run-ins with Jez. what a guy. BAM. Elijah.