Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Back from the north

Well, I'm finally back from the conference in Vermont! It was very refreshing to spend the time with my mom. When we are together, we always have such a great time. I think we saw more cute, interesting sites on the way back while the way to Vermont yielded the best views of leaves. We were off the beaten trail, enjoying God's canvas and I'm thankful I was there to see those beautiful sights. Also thankful for the rejuvination of the conference itself; I learned that human beings can not simply stay the same; we are constantly changing and becoming more Christ like as God changes us from the inside out. What a relief! I'd hate to think that I've reached some sort of plateau here. It's comforting to know that God is working on me constantly and that He's always transforming me from glory to glory(2 Cor. 3:18)

Anyway, here are some pictures on the way up to Vermont and the last picture is my picture for today. Kudos to my mom...she forced me to stop and take this picture! I'm glad I did though. I guess mom's do know what's best for you...some of the time:)


Anonymous said...

Ah, beautiful, HB. The light at the end of the tunnel!

Framing Images and Memories said...

Sounds like an awesome trip and a much needed reconnection with nature and spirituality. Your pictures capture Vermont nicely. I like the second photo because it reminds me of what America is about. I see America as patriotism and small towns where there is a laid back atmosphere. This scene reminds me of a place where stories are still handed down from the elderly and where young boys wear baseball caps and look up to there fathers and grandfathers. Did I read too much into this? Well, your image allows one to make a story and that is a wonderful thing indeed.

trishalyn said...

So glad you listened to your mom. Mothers DO know best! :-)
Loved the last image. The road draws you in and leads you thru...to where? It makes me wonder! Great job on capturing a lovely scene, Jayme!

trishalyn said...

P.S. I keep going back to the second image, too. Such an interesting subject...and the colors are wonderful. Nice job!

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