11.19.2013

Wordless Wednesday - Footprints in the Sand

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34 comments:

  1. Everyone's going to think of the poem (which isn't a bad thing). :)

    Happy WW!

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    1. It is a good poem Rosey! Thanks for dropping by!

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  2. Just remember the footprints in the sand with Jesus..:)

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here.

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    1. I'm living that poem out right now. :)

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    1. Thanks Claire! Loved your shot too!

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  4. No matter how many times it's been done, footprints in the sand remain beautiful!
    :) Danica

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    1. I know. There's something so artistic about them. :) Thanks for dropping by!

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  5. Oooh how this makes me miss summer. We spend lots of time at the beach and I can't wait to get back next summer!

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    1. We only get to the beach about once a year. It is special. Enjoy your snow for me! Since I live in the South, we don't get much of the white stuff. :)

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    1. Thanks Beth! I love your shot this week!

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  7. Those are cool looking footprints!

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    1. I know, the sun was making them look like they come out of the sand instead of going into the sand. Thanks for dropping by!

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  8. Beautiful shots. Beach and footprints always remind me of the calm in life. Chelle from Oh, Just Stop Already

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    1. Thanks Chelle! Can't wait to look at all of your holiday baking recipes!

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  9. Happy November!!! Your blog is awesome, thanks for hosting this great party.

    ~~ Have a great day, Sharon & Denise

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    1. Thanks Sharon and Denise! Hope you have a great day!

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  10. Very peaceful! I love visiting the beach in autumn.

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    1. I wish we could go more often! :) It's about four hours away from here.

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  11. You captured a truly remarkable image. My sister holds "Footprints in the Sand" close to her heart, and that photo reminds me of her and her faith. Thank you for sharing such an amazing image.

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    1. You're welcome Jennifer! I love the picture of your rose this week!

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  12. Awesome shots by a great photographer! Thanks for hosting Mary.

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    1. Thanks Judy! :) Happy to share. Have a great week!

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  13. Thanks for visiting Amanda's Books and More! I'm glad you liked the flowers. I normally want to link on your W.W., but I've been very busy this week. Our kids are writing their end of the year exams too. Our summer break is Dec. and, to answer your question, it gets to an average of 35 C on hot days, and sometimes even hotter. We luckily have a Mediterranean climate.

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    1. Wow. That's so interesting! I hadn't thought about "summer break" in the summer hemisphere! Of course, Christmas would be the best time!

      The first time I even thought of Christmas in the southern hemisphere was because of the movie Babe. It seemed so green and I went on to research it and learned it was shot in New Zealand. Then, I realized half the world has a green Christmas! Ours is just "brown" here. Rarely ever "white".

      Hang in there til the kids are done. You'll get to really enjoy the holidays! :)

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  14. Ooh! I love the sunset picture! *sigh*

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  15. That sky is gorgeous. Now I miss the beach!!
    My entry is #29. Come by and vote for us?

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  16. Beautiful photos.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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