Photo F̶r̶i̶d̶a̶y̶ SATURDAY: Nine Interesting Images

– the best of the photos from this week (Naomi Campbell)

All Jesus did that day was tell stories—a long storytelling afternoon. His storytelling fulfilled the prophecy:

I will open my mouth and tell stories;
I will bring out into the open
    things hidden since the world’s first day.

Matthew 13:34-35 (The Message)
– After Physical Therapy

I skipped “Photo Friday” yesterday because I had what I considered to be an important piece of writing to share. It turns out very few people agreed! (But I’d still recommend taking a look: “An interesting evening and a dark haunting tale.”)

So this week we have “Photo Saturday” instead. This collection is a great example of how photographs tell stories. I will keep the stories very short!

– London, 1932
  1. Me, coming out of Physical Therapy. Not a flattering shot, but I love the blue sky and – most especially. the fact that P.T. is proving to be an effective intervention. Hard work, promising results.
  2. Barking, London – 1932. Image from my cousin Christine (thanks, Chris). My grandma Lily must have been just over thirty. My mum – in the chair – is still an infant (born Sept 1931). Auntie Mary is the obviously vivacious seven-year-old. Grandad is goofing it up with a tennis racket. Uncle Norman (ten) must have been behind the camera.
  3. Craig and Naomi. Out with the children. Look how happy.
  4. Also from Naomi. David and Beks, so strikingly brother and sister. Look how beautiful.
  5. Getting ready for my MRIs. P.T. is helping, but they need more information. Knee, then knee again (my knee moved), then hip. A total of 45-mins in the tube. Very tense. Not fun.
  6. SCRABBLE: I try to have a game up and running at mum’s house all the time. Mum is a serious player; she doesn’t cheat on purpose!
  7. Grocery cart. Friday. This makes me think of Thanksgiving. A) Because our grocery bills never used to be this HUGE unless it was Thanksgiving week! B) Because I am thankful we can buy groceries. #Grateful
  8. Rebekah asked me to fix this chicken recipe. Lots of work; involved a unique marinade and a made-from scratch sauce that was amazing; resounding success.
  9. Max. Of course. Every Photo Friday needs more Max.

Have a wonderful weekend. Be thankful. Love well.

Peace and more – DEREK

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