Monthly Archives: October 2011

day two hundred.ninety.three

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fall new england day

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day two hundred.ninety.two

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he is so intense in concentration

day two hundred.ninety.one

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i’m getting that itch to create again. i found this ball of yarn on top of the fridge. forgot why or how it landed up there.

day two hundred.ninety

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an abandoned car in maine

day two hundred.eighty.nine

i can’t take credit for this photo. i have such little time for anything anymore, let alone taking photos. sad. one of my students took this of her work today. it certainly speaks volumes. it is my prayer that each of my students truly believes in this mighty GOD we serve.

day two hundred.eighty.eight

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flowers bending beneath the weight of the wind.

day two hundred.eighty.seven

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i was supposed to be having a baby today. instead, i am in downeast maine waking earlier than my husband to drive around this peninsula in search of fresh breakfast [camera in hand]. it does not sadden me, really. it is more of a numbed ache scabbed over. i can only thank GOD who has brought us here. to this point in time. this moment. he changed my plans without hearing about mine, and i trust that his ways are higher than mine and his thoughts higher than mine [isaiah 55.9]. i find myself coveting a nine month belly, yet slightly cringe when ‘friends’ in social media complain of going past their due date. my due date was today. and i have nothing to deliver. i take it in with silence and reflect little on what could have been. because GOD does not want what could have been. he has given me what is now. and what we have now is what is best.

to see more photos of maine click here.

day two hundred.eighty.six

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my husband and i have a treat ahead of us: a weekend away from our four year old. he seemed not to care once he was dropped him off at grandmas with legos awaiting.

day two hundred.eighty.five

covered bridge

i stole this from 2007. today is our anniversary. number nine.

day two hundred.eighty.four

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my class finished reading ‘charlie and the chocolate factory.’ what better way to celebrate than tour a local chocolate factory.