Friday, August 20, 2010

Frivolous Friday

Well the word frivolous means superficial, and not serious in behavior, well that is me today, so think I will post some silly stuff, I am always serious, and today I want to be frivolous. Giggles, so hang with me.
I will show you some really silly and beautiful things. These photos were taken on Assateague, and Chincoteague, VA we spent a year there in 1995 it was gorgeous.
Here is the place where the horses were, we did not see any that day, but as you can see they did leave us a little something.









Next is looking out from the Lighthouse on Assateague, we had to climb 170 stairs to get to the top. It was such a beautiful site and so worth the work to get there.
This one is the beautiful light house, a member in our church had the keys, he was in the Coast Guard and able to show us around inside, a rarity, most never get to see the inside. My dear husband collects Light Houses and it was extra special for him too, we had a wonderful time on this spectacular island.
Next is the Ducks crossing the road on the island, they love it.
Now these photos would not be complete without showing the beautiful Ocean there, and the wonderful beach area,
Now last but not least is the view we had from our front porch, we lived right on main street in Chincoteague, and this is overlooking the Chesapeake Bay, such beauty these eyes have seen, God has blessed us and our ministry above and over anything I ever expected, the tales I could tell, the places we did  go just on faith, sometimes never knowing where we would stay or what we would do, and God always provided such wonderful people to care for us, and to give us the love from him, all my thanks goes to my lord and all that his hand has provided.  Have a very blessed weekend, and hope you enjoyed my travels, God bless you real good. ♥
Hugs ♥ Blessings Photobucket

13 comments:

Sharon said...

Your photos are beautiful.
It sure does sound like GOD has blessed you in so many places that he has allowed you to be.
Have a very blessed weekend.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I hope one day to visit Assateague and Chincoteaque. I would love to see the horses as they cross the water in July. I like lighthouses. I don't collect them, per se, although people have given me lighthouse decor because I like lighthouses. I do try and include a visit to a lighthouse whenever we visit somewhere that a lighthouse may be found.

Peggy said...

love your photos and reading about the many blessings in your life. Have a wonderful weekend counting those blessings it brings your way.

A Blessed Life said...

O'h Barbara,I just loved the first pic, I knew under all that serious wonderful reading I do every day on your blog,all the insperationa and courage you give me,was a lady with a naughty sence of humour and what a hoot!! lol funny..the other pics are great,the lighthouse is lovely we ahve many around Australia as we are "girt"by sea but only few are operating now,what an amazing life must lighthouse live in people have had.Thanks for your sharing. Carole xx

Lady Farmer said...

Hi Barbara!
What stunning photos! I remember reading about *Misty of Chincoteague*. I must not have read it very well because I always thought it was and Island off Canada! :~O
All your photos are lovely and how special to get to see the inside of the lighthouse! What a treat!
God has truly blessed you with some beautiful places to live.

Blessings!

Karen said...

Have a good weekend, Barbara....

Cathy said...

:) I enjoyed your pictures and thoughts as usual, Dear. You two are very blessed. God always provides.

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Terri said...

What a beautiful place to visit! Have a wonderful weekend, Barbara.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

What a treat to have been able to go into the lighthouse - I'm sure it is a treasured memory!! Thanks for sharing God's goodness with us - He IS so good...!!
Have a wonderful weekend Barbara!

Jan said...

Lovely photos, Barb, to keep your memories of special times alive.
Love and Blessings]Jan

Sandra Henderson said...

THank you. :)
You always seem to know just what I need to hear... Love ya! XO

Beth said...

This brings back memories of grade school when my teacher read "Misty of Chincoteague" to us. I'd love to visit there sometime. Looks like a beautiful place, Barbara.
Hugs, Beth