Welcome to Little Texas

There’s an interesting story that goes with this little Island.  Really, it is called Rose Island on the maps.
That little island got it’s name because many Texans come to fish on Prince of Wales Island and you know how they always boast about how big everything is in Texas? Well, according to local lore, Little Texas represents the size of the state of Texas compared to the size of Alaska!

If you look closely you can see a little house on the left hand side. It’s probably long since been washed away by a high tide.  And that’s the story of Little Texas.

One Day at a Time . . .

This too, shall pass!

It won’t always be this way.  One day at a time.  One moment at a time.
Change can be good.  Today I will find the good in this situation and ask myself . . .
What can I learn from this experience?
What is the gift for me in this situation?
What is one loving thing I can do for myself right now?
It won’t always be like this!  Tomorrow will bring new changes.  This too, shall pass!
About the photograph:  Taken during a stormy evening in Southeast Alaska.  I like the way the camera captured the bluish-gray hues.  Where we lived, we didn’t see waves very often because we were so protected by outer islands.  But when it stormed, everyone would come out to watch Mother Nature in action.  What a great way to meet our neighbors.