I’ve finally got round to editing all the photographs and writing a post for the stride-and-ride last Saturday. What an amazing day. I’m going to let the photographs tell the story with just a few comments.
It appears that Suffolk has achieved spring status; misty to foggy mornings warm into mild pastel blue days as the sun burns providing longer days.
There was a boy. Seven years old, loving and kind he had the gift of sensitivity. This gift allowed him to take walks with his family to make them happy even though at first it was not what he wanted to do.
Robert Frost is probably best known for his “road less travelled” poem. In the spirit of this week’s theme of Remembrance I am diverging and focusing on his lesser known war poems, including the enigma of the ‘lost poem’.
Walking with God is sometimes difficult.
Walking with God is often amazing.
Walking with God brings results.
My epiphany from yesterday.