Friday, March 09, 2007

Reflections

We got a nice surprise yesterday. As we were planning our departure to Edmond OK to see Matt, we spoke to Robyn and figured out a way for her to join us for the weekend. James is finishing up a grueling week on his new job and will remain in Ft Worth to recover.

I was up early this morning and decided to head to Evans Lake for some early morning fishing before heading to the airport. The lake was as calm as glass and as I walked the shoreline casting into the shallows I had some time to enjoy the reflections of the early morning.

I am so blessed to be loved by God and my family. I have a great job which has richly blessed us with everything we have needed and more. I have a loving spouse and three great kids. With God's help our daughter found and married a fine Christian husband and I love him as I do my other two children.

And on top of all that I have friends who encourage me and even some who let me fish in their lake!

I hope you enjoy these reflections:

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Sunrise at Lake Evans


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Calm Water

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Cloudy Cove

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Brush Pile

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Shoreline

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The Far Shore

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Hello Sunshine!

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In the Clover

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Hungry Sunfish

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Fat Baby


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The Wall


Psalm 46:10


"Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth."

2 comments:

Bawana said...

I love that still water in the early morning light. Why would you ruin it by causing those fish to Jump and splash around?

eatmorefish said...

Ah yes we all see things diffrent. Great shots of the early morning. I was looking for the topwater bite too!