Yesterday was one of my rougher days, having an emergent visit with my doctor for some trauma from my double mastectomy.
So having seen this as I was on my way out the door was a huge blessing in disguise. I love it in here. I have learned so much from all of you. A lot of new things I had not seen when blogging in here before. 6 word prompts, and being asked to try one. How much fun!
Getting to be involved in Cee’s Photo Challenges, Linda G. Hill’s One-liner Wednesday’s, and the Saturday SoCS prompt has been so much fun. Not to mention the countless comments left with such gracious, and encouraging words. So I thank you all, I hope to continue to grow in my daily writing. I hope to know you all more through all your posts. I feel blessed to be part of the WordPress community. God has so blessed my life with all of your gifts, and talent!
Blessing to you all, 💜
Lisa M. Boyd
We had the opportunity to visit the quaint historic town of Wallace Idaho for the weekend. I felt like I slipped back in time for the weekend. It is a remarkable town full of history. Known for their mining.
We talked to many locals who were just there for a visit like us, and the next thing they knew they were packing up their lives. They were in route to make Wallace their home. I don’t blame them, it is a magical place, with so much charm. In the early 1900’s the whole city burnt to the ground. That is why there is now so much masonry work on their buildings. I fell in love at first sight! It was dynamite!
This was written for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge; Wilted, dead or aging flowers and leaves