Saturday, July 11, 2009

Sunday morning

Next morning was the Sabbath. Ever notice that it can be so hard to get out on time when church is just around the corner? Get us in Boston, and we have time to get up, have breakfast, go for a walk in the city park, take pictures (I'll pause so that the surprise of the last point can sink in) and THEN get to church ... on time.

With our hearts warmed by the tales of liberty and courage, my brothers pause for a dramatic moment.

Completely dramatic!

A wind blows softly across the maiden's brow ...

Ack! Wait, who turned the camera on me?


Hmm, he looks a little Dougmatic to me.


"Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles, and let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us."
Never forget those who came before us!

Though separated by many ages, the witness of their actions live on.

Sir Dashing and M'Lord Smashing

Hearts of fire?

Drifting along in the Swan Boats. According to some, you haven' really visited Boston until you've participated in this classic Bawston experience.


Drifting towards some antagonists ...

I think they know something.

Suddenly, showers of mulch is rained down upon us. I thought they looked a little to eager for us to pass.


Semper Reformanda

Semper Fidelis

Semper Hilarious

The end of the day comes ... it's time to head home. Home to the day to day realities. Yet somehow, the big picture sticks in my mind. The future is built of many "day to days". 
What are you aiming for?

1 comment:

Josiah E. said...

Awesome picture of Melanie and Mathew! It could almost be a shot from a medieval film, pity someone forgot to put away his Razr ;)