Sunday, April 29, 2018

From the Rising of the Sun






















There's always something special about watching the changing sky as the sun brings a new day and again as the sun sinks below the horizon. A time to pause in thanksgiving and wonder, realising how small and fragile we are.

From the rising of the sun to the going down of the same, the Lord's name is to             be praised.     
Psalm 133:3

Miss V and Miss E were both water baptised on Easter Sunday - a public confession of their personal faith. It was wonderful to have all the family present for this event - as well as many friends.

A small organic baby quilt has been stitched and added to my Etsy store along with a small selection of cards professionally printed using my photos. Some lovely new fabrics have inspired a few more blocks of my epp hand stitching project too.

We continue to making steady progress as we sort the possessions of my parents' in law, frequently contemplating the role of belongings, our impact on the world and the legacy we leave for future generations. Appreciating the past, making the most of the present and looking with hope towards the future.


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Karen

8 comments:

s.c said...

Great atmosphere again in your photo's. I like seeing them.

Kim Standard said...

Your photos are so beautiful! I love the baptism also. The quilts are very pretty.

Marijke said...

Seeing your photo’s always makes me happy.

Lisa Gordon said...

What beautiful photographs, Karen, especially the ones of the baptism.

Erin said...

Much love and prayers to the girls, very exciting moment, great commitment. xx

Preeti said...

Oh Karen, what joy that two of your children were baptized! Such a sweet baby quilt and I love seeing each of your unique Ice Cream Soda "blocks".

Cara Membuat Pupuk Organik Cair said...

that's amazing, the patern are all good

Barb said...

I love the photos of your world and your family. Blessings to you.

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