A Welcomed Change

Enjoying a very short "get-away".  It's crisp, cold and quiet where we are...

Then Jesus said, "Let's go off by ourselves to a quiet place and rest awhile." He said this because there were so many people coming and going that Jesus and his apostles didn't even have time to eat.  (Mark 6:31)

It's not been THAT bad with us (no time to eat), but the change of scenery
and change of pace is a welcomed one.

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful! And, oh, yes, I very much believe a change of scenery does a heart good! AND it makes home-coming wonderful too!
    Enjoy, Rebecca!
    Love and Prayers,
    Eileen

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  2. Hi-
    beautiful image - so peaceful and invitinng. Love it
    Gail
    peace.....

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  3. I can almost feel the cool, crisp air by looking at that beautiful photo! Enjoy!

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  4. Beautiful Rebecca. Good for you!
    Love Di ♥

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  5. I just read a whole month of your blogs, which shows how long I've been away from blogland. (even longer than that). I'm glad you could get away for some "R & R". You have a treasure in your writings. I think at some point you might want to put them into hard copy, like in the form of a book. I'm just saying.... Have a wonderful, restful time. Donna

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    1. You're too kind, Donna. But thanks for the encouragement :)

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  6. I'm very ready for a change of scenery myself. I usually am after the winter season. I have to say that even a sun filled day feels like a change of scenery to me!
    ps
    I love your header and blue background!!!

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    1. Thank you, Pat. It did us good. (And sunshine was a big part of it.)

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  7. We love your new look... and your thoughts about Sabbath and rest. How wonderful to hear Eugene Peterson speak.

    And there is no word verification (as you were wondering).

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    1. Oh, thanks for letting me know, Brenda!!!!

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