2020 Home Photo Challenge 4-8-20

THIS YEAR I AM GIVING MYSELF A CHALLENGE! ONE PHOTO EVERYDAY TAKEN FROM MY HOME. IF YOU WANT TO JOIN JUST TAKE A PHOTO IN OR AROUND YOUR HOME AND WRITE YOUR OWN BLOG AND POST THE LINK IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW IT.

The brook has really receded. Here is the cave tree today

A week ago

2020 Home Photo Challenge 4-2-20

THIS YEAR I AM GIVING MYSELF A CHALLENGE! ONE PHOTO EVERYDAY TAKEN FROM MY HOME. IF YOU WANT TO JOIN JUST TAKE A PHOTO IN OR AROUND YOUR HOME AND WRITE YOUR OWN BLOG AND POST THE LINK IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW IT

It is spring, an in between season. That means we use odd items together. Like the grill and the rake and the shovels and the sand bucket. You never know what you’re going to need this time of year.

On Being Led: CCYL-5

Today I am participating in Cee’s CCYL-5 Challenge LEADING LINES

HERE ARE MINE ALONG WITH SOME THOUGHTS ON BEING LED OR FINDING LEADINGS.


“BLACK AND WHITE

I was born into
A religion of Light,
But with so many other
Religions and
Philosophies,
How do I know which
ONE
Is right?

Is it not
My birthright
To seek out the light?
To find Truth
After surveying all the proof,
Am I supposed
To love
Or fight?
And why do all those who
Try to guide me,
Always start by dividing
And multiplying me –
From what they consider
Wrong or right?
I thought,
There were no walls
For whoever beams truth and light.
And how can one speak on Light’s behalf,
lf all they do
Is act black,
But talk WHITE?”
― Suzy Kassem, 

“I wasn’t planning to lead, I was standing in the back and then everyone turned around.”
― Avery Hiebert

“We took the path that led others nowhere and only we saw the light at the end of the tunnel. They warned us about the monsters we would encounter, the odds that we would meet. And they laughed when we got the scars while fighting the dragons on our way. When we came back out of the tunnel, holding the sword that they always craved for tightly in our hand. Bleeding and the sun shining on our face. We became the tales they wanted to be. We became the reflections of what they always wanted to see themselves through. We became the warriors they had always imagined of.”
― Akshay Vasu