We had stopped near this small airport not so much as to make photos of a helicopter practicing touch and goes. But catching the light of the beacon as it rotated gave me such a sense of how we need beacons in our lives to bring us home. Sometimes they are not easy to find and other times they shine bring enough to bring you home.
Keep your eyes and heart open for your guiding beacon! en theos monos ††† jim
As we glide on the rest of the way home. I am going to keep the calm and secure look of this little fellow.
There are lots of reflections on our road today, but they are more those caused by the ice. And Texans were not meant to drive in the ice, nor the snow. As my daddy told me “if God wanted Texans to ski, he would have made bull$@@! white.”
Be safe,be calm,be secure….en theos†††jim
My cat. Peach, knows how to live on the edge. She can come right to the edge of the ledge and relax and enjoy it. Sleep on it, let a leg dangle off of it. There is security knowing that you will always land on your feet. And you will.
Go to the edge and at least take a peak! ††† en theos ††† jimwork