I watched a fabulous documentary “A Life Among Whales” today. You can check it out here: http://www.alifeamongwhales.com/see-the-film. I was really inspired. The whale songs really got to me. They are hauntingly beautiful. I am so grateful for the miraculous world we live in, and as humans it’s imperative that we step up and protect it.
Here’s a sample of a whale song.Enjoy!
Camel Thorn Trees, Namibia Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic
I was astounded when I realized that this picture was of a real place. The orange back ground is actually a very tall sand dune. There is nothing more spectacular than the beautiful world that we live in. Almost every time I go outside I get a little pang of gratitude in my heart for the wonders of nature. That is one of the many reasons that I know God is real and that he loves us. If there is no God then who is it that I want to thank so badly when I see things like this?
I went camping at Dutchman’s Flat with my sister and some friends from our ward over the weekend. The weather was perfect, The scenery was spectacular, and it was great to make some good memories. This will probably end up being the last nice weekend this year.
From left to right: Lee Raymond, Jon Watkins, Kimberly Romrell, Emily Romrell
It was great to have Kim with Me. Sisters are best friends with benefits!
We ended up visiting what’s left of a mining town, now all that’s left are some old broken down buildings, and rusted out mining cars. It was fun to learn about people that lived up there in such hard conditions.
It was the perfect way to spend the weekend, and a relaxing break from the craziness of everyday life. The views were just breathtaking. I am so grateful for such a lovely world to live and love in!
I love this quote. Today my challenge is to get outside and do something to improve your relationship with the wonderful world outside!