Just a Few

It was a beautiful morning to fly to Washington. “What will she be wearing?”, “How tiny will she be?”, or “Will she love me as much as I love her?” Her radiance is rampant ~Whitley of Washington.

It was a beautiful morning to fly to Idaho. “Will he recognize me?”,“How much has he grown?”, or “Will he love me as much as I love him?” His brightness is breathtaking ~Asher of Alaska.

Just a few hundred or thousand moments and thoughts swirl my senses. Quite a few moments are cemented in my psyche.

Maybe a few seconds, minutes, and hours will go by that I don’t think of them. Those moments will be few and far between.

Traveling isn’t hard when you’ve been around the block a few times. Quite a few heartstrings get tugged when love is your destination. “You don’t need everyone to love you, just a few good people.”-Charity Barnum (“The Greatest Showman”)

Have faith 💚

Here are a precious few pics to share. Well,… more than a few.

“But the gateway to life is very narrow and the road is difficult, and a few ever find it.” Matthew 7:14

“A few minutes ago every tree was excited, bowing to the roaring storm, waving, swirling, tossing their branches in glorious enthusiasm like worship. But though to the outer ear these trees are now silent, their songs never cease.”

John Muir

Friends/readers: it’s been just a few weeks since I’ve posted. You win a few, you lose a few right? Thank you for your never-ending support. It will take me a few days to get caught up. Have a safe and blessed holiday weekend!

44 thoughts on “Just a Few

      1. kriddy70

        I love this post of your adventures! My fav line (other than the beautiful pictures..): “Quite a few heartstrings get tugged when love is your destination”. Love.❤ and I love you, Miss Beadle…🤗 Kriddy

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    1. Thank you Julie 💚 lots of transitions led to small living. I made the choice hoping to have freedom from “stuff” and to travel. I’ve dreamt of a tiny home for years. Eventually, I’ll have a home “base” again here near Branson, MO. My next RV will be a class C. I can drive my tiny home places and then park to be with my family as they need. It’s a win-win.

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      1. We’re in the process of attempting to downsize— I’ve always been a person of tokens and treasures-aka, too much stuff— things that were grandmothers,great aunts, mom, dad— paring down is no easy task but it’s something I needed to do a while ago— but now is as good a time as any — ☺️

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      2. I understand. I’m a keeper of such things myself ~I do have a storage unit of the heart must-haves I can’t part with yet. But I’m ok with that! I visit it as though I’m peeking into my life. My times with those things make me smile~and remember what made me who I am. ❣️

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  1. Wow those pictures are gorgeous. I live in Toronto near the shores of Lake Ontario, and although that scenery is very pretty, I have to drive several hours to find the kind of outdoor splendor as you have. Lovely.

    Thank you for the follow. I’ll follow you back. 🙂

    PS I loved Little House on the Prairie.

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  2. Such a lovely peek into your beautiful life. The littles are so precious and there is palpable joy in each photo. God bless you as you take this well deserved time to bask in the enormity of how loved you are…by those on earth and Our Father in heaven. Hugs to you, K!

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