For Lonesome Backroads . . . . .




For lonesome backroads







that lead to winding trails strewn with leaves more alive on former days but more brilliant now,

I am thankful.



For friends of many years whose passions have gone the direction of mine and who love to explore those backroads,

I am thankful.

May we be more brilliant and alive in the sunset of our lives than ever before.
May our passions and thanksgiving grow to new heights.
May we give back a portion of the great love we have been given.

Happy Monday, dear friends.  May your week hold special joys as mine did last week.
These scenes are from beautiful Northwest Arkansas, Pea Ridge National Military Park, a battle site of the Civil War.



He restores my soul. He guides me in paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Psalm 23:3
Thank you Lord for restoring my soul and for guiding me down these memorable paths last week.  

Comments

Sandy said…
These are certainly beautiful roads, Dianne, and the
color of the leaves still so vibrant. Ours are all but gone now. Your friend, Nava, I suppose, is also very
beautiful. Glad you had such a good visit.
Love,
Sandy
~ linda said…
Oh, the beauty of God is beyond words. I am so glad you shared the colors of fall for I live where fall happens in a few days and we have very few trees that change. Your words mean so much to me as well...especially these:
"May we be more brilliant and alive in the sunset of our lives than ever before.
May our passions and thanksgiving grow to new heights.
May we give back a portion of the great love we have been given."
I plan to copy this to my journal.
Thanks and may your day be sweetly scented with the fragrance of Christ, ~ linda
Anita Johnson said…
So beautiful, Dianne! The words, your photos, God's handiwork!

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