Saturday, August 29, 2015

A Day of Peace and Love

                       
                                         

On this Sunday, may you have moments of peace and may love fill your heart.

Whenever guests arrive and there is a whirlwind of activities, there is a tendency to get very tired.

Right now, we have eight house guests from out-of-town!


However, I try very hard to realize that these moments with friends and family are extremely precious.

Memories are being made and that is all that really counts.

There will be time again for relaxation and rest.  

  But for now, I plan to relish each second and be thankful for memories-in-the-making. 

 (Photos taken in St. Joseph's Church, western Massachusetts) 


WHAT WAS THE LAST MEMORY-IN-THE-MAKING YOU EXPERIENCED?

8 comments:

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Enjoy making memories with your house guests and have a super Sunday. Tammy

Sandi said...

Wise words...and good to remember. We may be tired, but great things are happening! :-)

Linda O'Connell said...

We had houseguest twice this month, and enjoyed visiting our tourist attractions. Make lost of memories.

diane.stetson said...

Love the pictures in today's blog. I guess making memories singing with a jazz choir in Oregon a few weeks ago was such such fun for me.

All4 Barbie said...

Hello from Spain: in fact, Sunday is the day of peace and love. I love this church. Wise words. Keep in touch

Chatty Crone said...

What a great way to look at it - a memory to keep. I know you showed them a great time.

Last night the grandson had a pool party with 18 friends - the kids were so good - loved to see it.

marianne said...

I know just what you mean! We have had a lot of out of town guests this summer and it has been a delight, but also tiring. At least when you are retired you can take a breather in between hosting and don't have to go to work. It's all about balance.

Last week some dear college friends were able to visit us for the first time in 30 years! We have kept in touch and my husband and I have visited them over the last 10 years, but this is the first time they were able to come visit us. Of course, we talked and talked about all the old times and memories, but made some new memories too...

Blanca said...

Thanks for Having us We certainly are building new memories with our children's, they love your house also your company and Ramiro's.

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