Thursday, 26 January 2012

Footprints in the Sand

Last week was spent in the Bahamas. It was beautiful and relaxing. My friend Ken took this picture of me:


Just look at how big his shoes are compared to me, lol, and yes my legs are really that pale! Anyway, I put this and a few other pictures (chosen out of over 400 pictures taken) on my Facebook page. Someone that I work with commented underneath the above photo with:
"Footprints in the sand"

It's incredible that those simple words had a profound effect on me. God knows exactly where I am, and where I've been, and where I'm going. That just was so reassuring and uplifting.


10 comments:

  1. Bahamas...ahh that would be nice:)

    I love the picture! I'm glad you're back.

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    1. The vacation was primarily for Ken's mom, I just was blessed to be able to "tag along"...and it was so wonderful!

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  2. 'Footprints' has given me much comfort. Thanks for sharing the profound effect it had on you.

    Hope your holiday was great.

    Blessings,
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  3. Hi "Island Girl"! My favourite place to make my footprints is in the sand, keep that sensation and the wonderful Word on the tip of your memory as a permanent vacation. I have a beach I go to in my recall of God's having everything in his care that is a wonderful comfort and preview of all the wonderful things He has in store!

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  4. Oh! I meant to say also, I love your picture!:)

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    1. The one day I forgot to wear it was actually the hottest (about 87 Fahrenheit, I think) and I did get a bit of heat stroke that day (the following morning I awoke with a terrible headache and took a Tylenol, which did take care of the problem). I took my crocs (in my left hand) that I often wear at work. I have a blue pair (the ones in the picture) and a pink pair that I left at work. I don't have flip flops, was going to buy some there, but didn't find any to suit my taste and pocketbook, but the crocs were just perfect, I can walk in those all day and not get tired :)

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  6. Wow! The Bahamas! Sounds lovely!!! Especially since it's -4 F here today :)

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    1. Hi Natalie :)

      It was fantastic, and really difficult to come back. I'm in Michigan, and it snowed yesterday, brrrr! The sand is much preferable to snow.

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