Ooo, I love that image, and also the one on Jean's blog. Such vibrant *alive* colours! I used to do a lot of oil painting, altho' I don't now. Mostly I dealt with realism, but swirling a palette knife through globs of my favourite shades was my version of uninhibited joy-filled self expression. :)Have a great Labour Day weekend, Susan.
Another beautiful and inspirational blog, thanks Susan! Have a great weekend, enjoy!
Hi Carol - Those are some of my favorite colors. I think you'd like Jean's post.Hi Marja - With so many loved ones in heaven, I'm more and more interested in my homeland.Blessings,Susan :)
I love colors, but I'm sure it will take me a while to get used to anything that intense. Maybe our eyes will be changed, too, so that they can grasp something so stunning.By the way, I'd love to see the Northern Lights. That's something new on my to-do list.
Love that image! Thanks for the link. Happy weekend all! :)
Thanks for the link, Susan. I read "Heaven is for Real" a second time to let it all soak in. Colton's dad is a minister, and he connects to scripture what Colton says about Heaven. By the way, Colton says that he sat on Jesus' lap, and he tells readers what Jesus looks like. Fascinating book! I've heard that a movie is in the works.Have a blessed weekend!
Sounds interesting, Susan. I'll check out her blog.
Hi Nancy - I think you're right. We'll be able to handle it because we'll have new bodies.Hi Karen - This photographer does some amazing work.Hi Jean - You're welcome. I've added this book to my Wish List.Hi Dena - Have a great weekend!Blessings,Susan :)
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