Waypoints and Words

Mt Tahoma (a.k.a. Rainier) rising 14,411 feet above the Puyallup River at the close of a summer day

Life is suffused with metaphors along the highways and byways of our journey through time. Inevitably, the hills, valleys, and plains that we traverse leave the imprint of their heights, depths, and flatland dust, upon us. I invite you to share with me what I have encountered on this journey in both words and images. Through love and loss, joy and sorrow, peace and tumult — holding only the parts of speech (and sometimes, a camera), I step out onto thin air …

Poetry & Essay | Color of Light Photography | ESL/EFL

“How do you beg people to love you when you least deserve it, because that is when you need it the most—and what if that is exactly what God does?” (Ann Voskamp. The Way of Abundance – A 60 Day Journey Into a Deeply Meaningful Life. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2018.)

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