My husband and I went to the Georgia Fair and as the evening drifted blissfully into night we enjoyed the sights and sounds of our first southern fair. As we sat by the lake we admired the lights at a distance as they glistened in the sweet fall air, we reminisced on the fairs of our past as young children. Giggles and laughter filled our hearts as the nostalgic smells of hot dogs and cotton candy warmed our bellies.
I can't think of a place that I would rather be. Hometown Paso Robles is gorgeous, the grass is literally greener in this town. I've traveled to many places and never seen any where come close to it. It could be the loving family that David and I have there that make it so beautiful, all in all. It is my home, always will be.
These are the evenings when I look at the sky and think to myself, "How could one not believe in God the Creator?" To me this is such living proof that their is a God who loves us enough to paint such a beautiful sky. Wow, this blows me away. Pictures don't even do this sunset justice. These were taken from my most favorite place on earth, on my ranch in California. I was sitting on our front deck and skies like this are such a blessing to me, because I am reminded that I am a daughter of the King. A princess who watching her Father display colors of an unending love.
For those of you who don't know me I am obsessed with giraffes, and for those of you who do know me this is just an obvious trait that I have carried most of my life. I have heard that people tend to like animals that remind them of themselves. This must be true. Anyways it was pretty much the best day of my life when I met my first giraffe, face to face.
Our epic adventure began on the concrete plains of Miami where we stepped onto the Norwegian cruise line that would whisk us away to the enchanting Bahama Islands. Through turbulent seas our journey began; steering left, steering right, slicing through crystal clear blue waters. Upon approaching the island our exploratory behavior enticed us deeply into the jungle of the unknown. No signs or guides to lead us through this virgin land, untouched by any other. We discovered pristine beaches that resembled what we can only imagine heaven to be like. As we pushed still further into the jungle the bond of our love grew even stronger than the mighty vines that surrounded us.
(yes, this was intended to be cheesy, david and I wrote this in the wee hours of the night, cracking up the whole time)