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Let Light into your World…

Summer is short in Canada that everyone makes the best of the sunshine and good weather. Here are some stained glass pictures from my visits to churches this summer. The peace and calm that I experienced is like none other. John 9:5 – While I am in the world, I am the light of the…

Summer!!!

Tobit, Ch.13 – And he said: Blessed be God who lives for ever, for his reign endures throughout all ages!

Downtown Toronto…

The good part about going back into the office to work is seeing familiar Toronto downtown sights. Often time in the past while commuting to work in the mornings or returning home in the evenings I have rarely bothered to take in the sights. Today while getting into work I stopped and paused and took…

Faces of Winter…

I decided to take some pictures out on a cold winter day and I was pleasantly surprised. The snow was a foot deep and it was frigid, yet the walk revealed a very different story. I saw blue skies and the colours of the setting sun and clouds that peppered the sky and formed moving…

The beauty of winter…

There is a love hate relationship for winter by Canadians. Some love the season and others can’t wait for it to pass by. I must admit I belonged to the latter category of people until I discovered that enjoying winter activities or simply accepting the fact that winter is part of life, makes winter more…

Weddings…

I am dedicating this blog to everyone who has waited patiently for that special someone in their life, who have been through struggles in relationships and were wanting to give up, but have pressed on and trusted in the Lord’s plan for their lives. This is your time to revel in your love, your time…

Christmas trees…

Walk around the city this time of the year, and you will come across Christmas trees of all shapes, colours, sizes and themes. The malls vie with each other to have Christmas trees that are either the largest or tallest or most unique, such as the Swarovski tree with its crystal baubles, the tallest Christmas…

Christmas lights…

December descends upon Toronto and brings with it a whole different atmosphere. The shorter dark evenings, the festive lights, the cold sweater weather, and a feeling of holiday cheer. The street cafes advertise holiday nog, hot cocoa and warm muffins and breads. The skating rinks are filled with children and youngsters skating to holiday music…

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