october 23, 2016

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“Every now and then it’s good to stop climbing and appreciate the view from right where you are.”
~ Lori Deschene

 

inside
inside

 

Since it’s Sunday, and I’m still processing pix from California, I thought we’d take another look at the Wayfarers Chapel. This is about as empty as I could catch it, what with a billion weddings scheduled that day. You can see that the mostly glass chapel is actually quite hard to distinguish. Crystal Heis has discovered four other glass chapels, three in Arkansas and one in Missouri. We’re thinking road trip come spring. I love having companions on sacred space outings. I enjoyed this one with Judy Sackett and Jeff Suchanek. I went to Camp Chesterfield with Deb Chenault, and Cane Ridge with my parents. I’ve been to the Basilica in Covington with Annie Bassoni and Stacy Yelton. And Stacy, well, Stacy has gone on many a sacred hunting trip with me. By the time spring arrives I’ll be more than ready to explore new spaces. Until then, let’s enjoy Wayfarers Chapel and give thanks for another day above ground.

 

ray of light
ray of light

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