Saturday, March 28, 2009

Scenic Sunday - Costa Rica

It's Sunday! A day for worship, a day for sleeping in, a day for family, a day for reflection, a day for leftovers, a day for prayer, a day for naps, a day for reading, and the day I post a picture of God's beautiful creation.

Scenic Sunday was created by Michelle over at Pieces of Me. Here is her description of what Scenic Sundays are all about:

"Sometimes we are so busy with everyday life that we forget to appreciate the beauty that God has placed before us. Scenic Sundays are about stopping and smelling the roses. And while you're smelling those roses, take a picture so that others can share in your appreciation for the beauty of His creation. So pretty please come join us on Scenic Sundays. Maybe we'll see things in a different light.

See why I participate? So often life travels in warp speed and this meme reminds me to stop and smell those roses. It also reminds me of my travels, you know, before we had kids, before we had a backyard that is a tourist destination...

I'm going with the water theme again and again it's a picture of a picture (hence the reflective bits in there).

I wish I could tell you exactly where I was in Costa Rica, but we moved around a lot in the 10 days I was there so I'm not sure of the town. What I do know is that the bus couldn't get to our hostel so we had to walk a mile. The howler monkeys were LOUD so waking up early to take this picture of the sun coming up and the tide coming in was a piece of cake.

I'm auto publishing this so it's ready to go for Sunday morning, but will add my name to the Mr. Linky during naps. Hope to see you there too. :)


  1. That's absolutely beautiful and the colors are incredible!

  2. WOW!!! Beautiful...thanks so much for sharing!!!

  3. MamaBear...I guess you know I have a soft spot for this one. Costa Rica is my home away from home and you've captured it beautifully. I hope you enjoyed your trip there.


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