Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Update: Hello from Colorado :)

Good morning to you. I'm sorry for not updating yesterday, here's the scoop:(with very cool pictures)
Day 2 (Tuesday) in our trip to Colorado was very exciting. I went to 2 sessions- 1: Just for Women and 2:Spiritual Leadership. Man, I can truly say my eyes are wide open to the reality of stress, and pressure that comes with being a leader. Both speakers (a lady and a guy) talked about the ups and the downs of this position. They were so encouraging to those in the very low parts of their ministry. It was refreshing to hear that there is hope, always hope in Christ. No other. I definitely pray with more sincerity for Pastors like my Dad, etc. whom I see on a daily basis give and give and give of themselves to God's people. Praise God for them. I love you Dad!

We went to lunch afterwards-love the fellowship :)
We didn't eat here, somehow, the cheese curd didn't sound at all appetizing. But check out this very cool sign I spotted:
AMEN to that!!! Very cool.

This picture settles my love for powerlines running across a big beautiful sky. I don't know why...I did this all the time in my photography classes in college. So weird I know. Well, looked up while hiking and this is what I saw. So pretty.

Then I stopped by and dipped my feet in this little creek:

I wore my rocket dogs and man, that hurt. But anyway, very much worth the beauty all around. See:

I even had some time to hug a tree. My favorite Colorado tree: the Quivering Aspen. These little leaves on this cute tree are so energetic. AKA: little clapper trees (just something I named them :) hehee. Alright. I'm crazy. For God's beauty that is.
Mentally, who knows ;)

Ended the day with some more fellowship with Midway family watching Sense and Sensibility. Left talking like a very poetic Ms. was funny at least. And that there was my Tuesday. I hold on to God's promise that his hand is over me and he is true to his word. I have alot to be thankful for...Rejoice!
This is the day that the Lord has made!

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