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Sharon is a lass hiking with Jesus toward her home in Heaven. She is thankful for God's amazing grace as she hikes along the narrow trail following the blazes in His Word. She is grateful for the faithful hand of Christ, which leads her on, lifts her up when she stumbles, and meets her every need. At her blog, Hiking Toward Home, she writes about the lessons she is learning and photographs the view as she hikes in His grace.

Back in the autumn I did a lettering project and I really enjoyed it. I combined my love of watercolor with a verse that had really spoken to me. I was inspired to do it by an artist I found through Instagram. She has a lot of tutorials that are easy to follow if you […]

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In my first post of the year I mentioned that I was going to get back to gratitude listing here again. I am starting afresh with a clean slate. A house to live in With heat that works Laughing hard, so much so that my face hurt, with Trisha and Beverly Bryant fixes lunch, such […]

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So here we are in the beginnings of a new year. As I sat and pondered the coming year and the year that has passed, I have a few focus areas for the new year. I am not setting myself up for failure and setting goals I know I will never achieve. I just want […]

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The third painting I did in that group of three was of the beach in Boracay, Philippines. We visited Boracay in October of 2008. The trip was a gift to our family. Boracay is a beautiful tropical island with palm tree lined beach and turquoise water. Though this painting looks a bit abstract it is […]

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After I painted Peggys Cove Lighthouse, I decided to work on Yaquina Head Lighthouse next. Yaquina Head Lighthouse is located on the Oregon coast. In 2008, my husband and I took a trip down the coast of Oregon and stopped to photograph most of the lighthouses along the coast. We were not able to go inside this […]

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