My grandmother instilled in me a love and passion for the great outdoors. As a child, I enjoyed working with her in the garden. She had beautiful gardens. When I first picked up a camera and started taking pictures a few years ago, the focus was always nature and not people. God created, and still creates, a wonderful and beautiful world and gifted it to us to stop and appreciate. Enjoy these photos. I hope you will spend time with each one. One day, as I sat in the middle of the forest at Trap Pond State Park, I was inspired to write this poem.
As you read these words and discover the photos before you. I pray you will see life is worth living! I hope you find these pages inspiring and encouraging. Please know whatever your situation is at this moment, you CAN face tomorrow.
This book is also meant to be a treasure for you to reflect back on and set goals for your destiny. A few years ago, my mother wrote down words about her life as a child and into early adulthood. This is one of the most treasured gifts I own. Share your life, love, and emotions with those you love most. God Bless you on your journey!
|Publisher:||Fruitbearer Publishing, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.18(d)|
About the Author
You CAN Face Tomorrow! is for anyone experiencing life, with all the pain and suffering, but also the joys and happiness. Read this book and write your thoughts, feelings, and prayers. God isn't finished with you yet!
You CAN Face Tomorrow! is for anyone going through a difficult personal situation: illness, loss of a loved one or job, tragedy, rehabilitation, depression, or end of life issues. The photos and words together are beautiful and moving, and they evoke feelings of encouragement. This book will inspire you to let go of the pain and start your journey toward a more positive and grateful life.
The combined pictures and words of this book engage in me the emotion of HOPE. You CAN Face Tomorrow! brings stillness to my person and tears of joy to my heart. I look forward to seeing more from this gifted author/photographer.
-Nancy C. Mann
This book creates a wonderful place for people to lose themselves and see the stillness of time. Yes, lose yourself, and create a place to address your feelings in order to "get it out," lighten the burdens you carry, and lift your spirit. That is what reading You CAN Face Tomorrow! created for me.