Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

I don’t have a cell phone that even takes pictures but I decided I would take part in this week’s photo challenge anyway.  And I have to say I found it to be a difficult one for me.  Here’s what I went with.

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My first Bible.  Given to me by my parents on December 25, 1964 when I was just five years old.  Even at that age, I remember loving to look through its pages and pictures.  Though I didn’t quite understand the importance of the red printed pages at the time, I loved looking at that red print.  A bible I have always cherished and will cherish all the days of my life, however long they will be.  It represents the past, present and especially the future to me.

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Gail ♥ 

 

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About Gail

I am a wife, mother, sister, aunt, friend, veterinarian, and wanna be writer. I love nature and animals of all kinds, music, cooking, and spending time with my family.
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9 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

  1. maroahmed says:

    It’s amazing to remember that .. Love it..

  2. Island Traveler says:

    God bless your loving and faithful heart my friend. Your love for the Bible and God’s words inspires me today, more that it’s Holy Week. Love these words, “A bible I have always cherished and will cherish all the days of my life, however long they will be. It represents the past, present and especially the future to me.” Thank you.

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  4. carolofthebells says:

    Verrrrrrry nice!

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