I find myself taking quite a few pictures of leaves,so today I will share a few with you.
I have nothing profound or even very interesting to say about each picture,so I will allow them to speak for themselves. I will instead share a few things from an article written by Phil Callaway,entitled Thanksgiving in the Valley.
The lake in the picture is Lake Minniwasta,west of Morden.
I'm thankful that although things aren't what I'd like them to be,they're not as bad as they could be.
I'm thankful for the valleys.Nothing grows up on the mountain,growth takes place in the valley where the dirt is.
I'm thankful for the dark.It's the only time I can see the stars.
I'm thankful that my hope is not fixed on the stuff of this earth.That I've go more than tomorrow to look forward to.I've got eternity.
I'm thankful for Someone to thank.A God who is in control,who will never take us where He has not been.
In the above picture I was playing in Photoshop and came up with this frame.
Phil Callaway is a Christian humorist who can also be heard on Back to the Bible