Down in the Valley

DSC_0245 (2)-2 For some reason when I started thinking about these pictures, the song “Amazing Grace” started playing in my head.  “I once was lost, but now I’m found.”

It’s funny to me. The things that will pop into my head at random.  This weekend it has been a very religious type theme.  Yesterday’s picture struck the chords of John Anderson’s “Peace in the Valley.”  I’m not sure why.

I’m not going to get all religious, because I do not discuss religion in polite company.  I’m also not what I would call a religious person. At least not to the extent where I would be singing  hymns in my sleep.

I realize that maybe it is not necessarily that deep.  It could simply be a matter of certain words that need to be heard at the moment.  Words we need to hear regardless of what belief system we might hold.  Being lost and found.  Blind but now I see.  Not because of some higher power entity, but because something inside ourselves has been enlightened or reawakened.  I’m going to stop there.  If I continue,  it’s going to be come some deep and a lengthy post.

Deep and lengthy.  Yeah, we do not that.  We already know the moments that I’m referring to.  I really just wanted to post a set of pictures that I don’t hate.

Peaceful and beautiful mountains against a blue sky with white fluffy clouds. Fluffy-fluffy clouds. Admit it.  Just then you thought of that Yoplait commercial.  The one with actor Dominic Purcell and his fluffy-fluffy clouds.  I did and I shutter a bit.  Maybe I’ve seen too many horror movies, but it gives me this “Here’s Johnny” vibe.   Don’t judge.  🙂

I’m off to begin my day. You know…now that I’ve wasted two hours with procrastination.  I hope you have a beautiful day and tomorrow.

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DSC_0278 (2)Montana Rose Photography

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