Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Touching the Light

This is a photo I took last Fall of a cloud touching the sun. This morning, as I perused my myriad collection of photos, this one seemed to fit the day best.

My heart is full of hope for the future. Sometimes one's hope can be renewed by looking back upon the blessings of one's life. I am surely doing that today, with GREAT thankfulness.

Be sure to drop by Clytie's blogs this morning--she has two wonderful entries you all need to read. Thank you everyone for your warmth, thoughts and prayers for my darling sister. YOU are an integral part of this miracle.

Here are the links: and

May God bless you all--and a very Merry Christmas to you!


jeannette stgermain said...

That's an incredible shot of what happened in the sky at that moment!
Okay, I'm off to your sis. blog - have a very special day today!

Looking to the Stars said...

I love this! Thank you for sharing it today, it fit perfectly :)

Wendy said...

Beautiful pic! I saw your ice dog first, otherwise, I don't think I'd have seen the polar bear eating the sun! His nose is long and his mouth is wide open.

Will check out the other blogs.

Wendy said...

Oh my goodness! I had no idea your dear sister had suffered a stroke!!! As you said - life is fragile. I am so glad she is better!
Hugs to all.

Clytie said...

Ooooh! I see Wendy's polar bear eating the sun!

Beautiful, sissie, from one who has recently 'touched the light'. Just a light tap, but enough to appreciate the beauty of life. And this photo is beauty.