Thursday, November 27, 2008

Top of the World...













The last few days have been fantastic!  Mywife and I are in San Francisco and having a lot of fun.  My wife (THE MOSTEST beautiful woman in the world) probably less than I considering she has to go to work everyday.  But I love that we can spend this time together.  We ventured on the Golden Gate bridge yesterday by foot and today we crossed by automobile to see Muir Woods.  (BIG TREES THAT ARE REALLY OLD)  I am proud of my wife she mastered some fear by going on the bridge with me.  I love that she will support me even if it means doing something she wouldn't normally just pick to do herself.  We make a great team.  Like I always try to tell my daughter with a high five. Go Team Blue!  My family is a great team.  We "Make it Work." Thanks Tim Gunn.  Anyway... it was awesome to walk out over the bridge like that.  Walking through the woods with trees that have outlasted centuries of men. I found myself wondering what some explorers must have been saying as they stumbled across these gigantic silent timbers.  So tall and looking down on them from up high.  The wonderment those men must have felt.  It is so easy to see a grand creator when you take part in such marvels of nature.  It makes you feel so alive with purpose to think the Creator of the Universe took time to design the make up of these magnificent trees.  This day we see the miracle of the Human Mind God designed to think and create things of our own and also to behold the wonder of something so grand like the woods of Muir which all stemmed from small seeds.  On one hand you have the Golden Gate bridge created from a small thought or idea or seed, if you will, of crossing the bay.  To an unparalleled structure of these trees created from a small seed.   Science and Creation working together side by side in harmony.  God loves it all.  It is all giving glory to him through His creations.   Today I am thankful for all those who appreciate nature at its best and all those who determine God has given power to create to each and everyone of us.  What seeds of creation have not planted yet? Happy Thanksgiving. 

4 comments:

Karl said...

awesome pics and notes... looks like you two are having the blessings... I too am thankful for Tabitha finding you... Dad

Tabitha Blue said...

It's been the best babe! I LOVE YOU!!!

antoinette marie said...

goes to show...from the muirs, to the bridge, to your family...that a seed, properly tended and annointed by God, can grow to phenominal things! blessings...

Briony said...

i am so glad you all had such a great trip! i love the piggy-back pic...so cute :)