Mozart took this picture in April when we visited my parents to celebrate our April birthdays. The four of us rode down to the bay.
My dad and mom (ages 80 and 79) are leading the way, I am third, and Mozart is the caboose.
I rarely get Mozart on a non-motorized bike. This was fun!
It's nice to have parents.
And it's very nice that my summer school job has ended. I won't have to look forward to seeing these cute little rascals on Monday.
My dad turned 81 last week, and they decided to come up to our place to see their new grand-dog, Diamond. And to chat with my oldest son, who has recently moved home.
My son rarely lets me take his picture. Diamond has changed things.
There are some challenging days ahead, and I'm not sure how everything will work out. What an opportunity to trust God one day at a time!
When we arrived at the bay, with our bikes, I noticed a bridge stretching above the deep blue water. I turned my bike onto it and ventured slowly forward. I loved the feeling of riding safely above the water. I glanced at the view now and then, but I had to look ahead and stay in control. The bridge brought me safely to the other side. And God will bring me across and over the challenges I face. He will build a sturdy bridge and I must step forward with trust and faith...relying on him to keep me safe and dry.
And He will do the same for you...