Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

2172Have a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day!  I am thankful for all the people, like St. Patrick, who have shared the amazing news of how much God loves us.  That’s a great thing to celebrate.  🙂  Slainte, Lisa

*St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland, July 2001*

In Church


What is a church?  Is it four walls, beautiful stained glass, soaring organ music?  Is it people who love God, gathering together?  This church ruin in Ireland once held people, coming together to worship by the sea.  Is it not a church because the roof is gone?  Or does Jesus hold all things together by His love and grace and mercy?  Questions, questions, but He holds all the answers.  We just trust, and worship, and love, and continue on towards Him.  Slainte, Lisa

A Church with Sand on the Floor

I don’t know about you, but this is about perfect.  A beautiful white wooden church with sand on the floor, blue ocean right outside its windows, sea breezes blowing through…the best of God’s air conditioning.  Let’s go…OK?  🙂  Slainte, Lisa


The view just a few steps away...

The view just a few steps away…

Greatest Love Ever


An amazing carving of Jesus at the Rock of Cashel, County Tipperary.

“Love each other as I have loved you.  Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.” – Jesus  (John 15:12-13)

I’m so thankful for this amazing love and grace.  Have a blessed weekend.

Slainte, Lisa

P.S. If you want to see more pictures of the Rock of Cashel, please visit http://www.bpmlegal.com/ireland/cashel.htm.  Mike has wonderful pictures there to view.

Right Place, Right Time, Right People

In life, in photography, in just about everything, timing is important.  It can mean the difference between good and bad outcomes, between the right word or an insensitive one, or an average versus a special picture.  My husband and I are only amateur photographers, but I think he captured one of the special kind of photos on this day.  Amy and I are chilling out in the field after exploring a church ruin, and Nina is curious as to what her Dad is doing crouching down low in the weeds and wildflowers.  Right place, right time, right people.  Have a beautiful weekend, with wonderful timing and just the perfect people.

Slainte, Lisa