Saturday, September 29, 2007

ON THE FAR SIDE OF THE SEA


Serina taught me how to write on a picture.
Gunnar shot the pic.
David wrote the words.
God made it.
I live here.

14 comments:

Kris said...

There are always so many beautiful pictures in your blog.

I like that psalm. And yet it scares me, too.

I hope you and Serina both enjoy her vacation! :)

Jim said...

That is one of my favorite Psalms, 139. But I do not remember reading those words before.
Thank you.

Thank you too for explaining your blog name. It is especially beautiful to me now.
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hebrews 11:1 said...
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Zonair said...

flinke mamma

Terry said...

Dear Felisol...I am so glad that your little princess taught you how to write on pictures!..Love Terry

Thanks for putting him on Pilgrims Pals.
I put him on my site too!

Mrs. Mac said...

Hi Felisol ... I so enjoyed viewing your lovely pictures and reading a bit of your blog. You are a kind mom and have a lovely daughter that you must miss very much. Maybe one day I can have Miss Terry teach me how to write on pictures ... she's such a professional at it. I like this scripture you have quoted and have used for the name of your blog.

Terry said...

Dear Felisol
Guess what? Lil Pilgrim is back...I hope!
I really did miss that girl.
She and Passing-thru keep us up on the prayer requests.
My head is like a sieve sometimes and it doesn't remember very good!
I am glad that you didn't mind me putting some of the comments from your blog.... love Terry

Felisol said...

Dear Terry,
how could I mind other than in a good way.
It was cleverly done.
More like a short story.
Soon we'll end up on the Best Seller lists.
Or on God's own reality show,
where noone is voted out, but everybody is welcomed in.
Did he not encourage us to go out on the streets and invite for his wedding??
That IS a beautiful command.
I also love it when Jesus says that the last shall be the first. He sure does not rank or judge anything like us.
That is so reassuring.
Love Felisol

hebrews 11:1 said...

I have been around...but that is not to say I am back for sure...still hovering with no answer either way...but getting tired of waiting....

How are you doing, Mrs. Ljung? I miss you! How is your health? and your husband's? I was a little weary lately...today I did something Mrs. Shirkie likes to do...I took a nap! Although it was just over 30 min., I feel a lot better.

Have a blessed evening!

LPP

Felisol said...

Dear Little Pilgrim Pal,
I do understand that you are getting tired of the patient lesson. Waiting is a waste of time for us mercury people.
I am an absolute nap addict.
It clares my brain and gives my body new strength.
More people should learn to listen to their bodies.
Old famers always had a nap even working twelve or fourteen hours a day.
In the Mediterranians people have more common sense. They have their siesta and are appaled by the crazy tourist stressing about in the hot midday sun.
So, good for you LPP.
I await good news in near future from you.
And pray anyway.
I'd just like to give that little angel with the "thank you basket" some work.
Paul tells us to thank for every thing. Not so easy.
Every day I have much to thank for, that's for sure.
Auf wiedersehen.
Felisol

Terry said...

Hey Hebrews...It is my Felisol that needs to take a little nap now and again, and how in the world did you KNOW that THAT is my favourite past time?
It is quite uncanny the way you know us all...it surely is!

What I was thinking Lil Pilgrim, is that maybe your dad hasn't said yes or no yet, maybe he is checking out Pilgrim Pals and you KNOW how long that will take. There are so many posts!

Hey Lil Pilgriom, you would think wouldn't ya' that Serina would have at least offered us a cuppa' tea while we were visiting her mom like this??? You really would!!..Love Mrs. Shirkie

Amrita said...

beautiful. I wish i could learn how to write on pictures

Felisol said...

Dear Amrita,
seems there are many way and program to write on pictures with.
I have an old Photoshop Elements program. Serina showed me to import a picture onto Photoshop and then double click on the T sign. T = text.
Then one gets the whole variety of colours, fonts e.t.c. to choose from.
Just remember to duplicate the immage when your making experiments, so that the original does not get lost.
And I would so very much learn how to make those artistic and fancy headings many blogs, yours included, are equipped with.
Mine is plain dull.
All the best from Felisol

Kimmie said...

That is very cool...I'd love to know how to write on pictures...feel like giving a tutorial?

thanks for sharing!

Kimmie
in CT