Tuesday, July 16, 2013

On The Shore

My husband was at the San Francisco ocean, and as he was looking at the view, he turned his head for a second, and all of a sudden appeared this wonderful Seagull.  This Seagull landed on the rock at the shore of the ocean.  My husband said there was something very special about him.  He paused for awhile to look at this bird and said, "the Lord can take many shapes."

Have a beautiful day.


Evi @ sexta-feira said...


Christines Welt! said...

A wonderful experience for your husband......!

Wendy@Once upon a rose haven said...

So beautiful!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I believe that with all my heart....I really do, especially when the TIMING is so perfect. There is no where like the ocean, too, is there my friend?


Teresa said...

And He Favors the Birds:

"Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?"
Mathew 6

Blessed are the eyes that've seen Him. In any and all His shapes.

So so lovely. Thank you for sharing, Dear Friend!!!

oldthings said...

Your husband had a lovely moment and so beautiful thought !!!He had right !Have a nice day !

Forest Dream Weaver said...

So simple and beautiful!

Have a lovely day too,

andrea@townandprairie said...

And He does! He is always with us, even when we feel alone. That's always so comforting to me, especially in nature. Beautiful image!

It's me said...

Yes He is...so beautiful...x !

Susie Swanson said...

Yes he sure can and that is just beautiful. We never get to see any of those around here. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, xo

Deborah said...

How inspiring....love this!
Have a wonderful week!

All my heart,
Deborah xoxo


What a beautiful scene.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Yes he does... What a beautiful photo!
Thank you so much for sharing this.
bless you,

Ginger Zuck said...

Beautiful picture, thanks for sharing your husbands experience. Very special. Hugs

Geneva said...

I love moments like this. How wonderful that your husband captured it for us all.

Susan said...

Hello Sheri....

Thank you so much for all your visits to my blog.

You know what? I loved the seagull photo. Made me think of one time, in Maine, my husband and I were sitting at outside tables at a restaurant.

I was eating a lobster roll and a seagull came right down and swiped some of it. I was SHOCKED and mad, too. But now, when I think of it, it was so funny. That was a very brazen seagull.

Your husband's was definitely more calm, peaceful, beautiful and God-like.

Hope you have a wonderful day today. Susan

Attic Clutter said...

hi sheri,
oh love that your hubby said that (:)
the seagull looks a little thin to me(:)hummm
oh glad you like her--studious with her glasses--

Ivy and Elephants said...

Lovely, God speaks to us when we are willing to listen.

Susie said...

That's why we should always be nice.:):)Your husband is thinking good thoughts.Happiness to both of you. xoxo,Susie

hi-d said...

Awe...Sounds like a special serendipity! I love how God works!


Nely said...

Woow just beautiful scene,
Thanks for sharing

Ayu Maselli said...

My Dearest Sheri,

All the creation of the Creator is always magnifique!

You've got a great shotof him
beautiful ocean.
thanks for sharing

Deserae said...

Inspirational.... and oh so beautiful :o)

Kristie Franklin said...

Very poetic and so very true! Whenever I see a bird of any kind flying around or landing in a place near me I always wonder....

janice15 said...

God is truly amazing... I haven't been to the San Francisco beach in quite a while..It made me want to go..Happy weekend with love Janice p.s. thank you for your lovely visits... hugs

Denise said...

love Your husband's incite. Good day for Him :)

Marikki said...

Beautiful Sheri!!!♥

Nature is very important for us, people.

Anonymous said...

He sure can, Sheri, and He speaks to us through so many of those shapes.
I love this post today...just perfect for my light visiting with close bloggy friends.
Always such a pleasure here at the Alley.