This picture is taken from the top of the little hill just where Old Montreal starts. It is almost a week old. That’s unusual for me. Usually if I like an image I use it the same day. I’ve been busy with many sad and difficult moments this week and so I never used it. I don’t know the name of that church but the shining top of the spire caught my eye. it was mid afternoon and now with the agonizingly slow lengthening of days I am starting to notice things like this. Today it was bitterly cold and yet the sun was strong enough to melt snow on steps and sidewalks. I took one walking pole to get to the gym.
I’m still glad of my faithful coat that keeps out wind and cold. Things are glittery around us and I suppose we have to find the glittery parts inside too. It is not original to say living is a mystery but it is as true as breath. It is late and this is a mixed up post. I will do better tomorrow.
Thinking of you Isabel and hoping your well. I love reading your lovely descriptions of your days that you experience in such a positive way.
I did another 2 weeks of the french Camino again last Sept. With th Multiple Sclerosis group for charity which I enjoyed very much and then nother walking trip in Gran Canaria Las January end and early February, again a lovely trip. Stay well and be safe love from Ellie
Thanks Ellie. All well thank God. I will start the Portuguese Camino soon and so much looking forward to that. How great to be close enough to “ drop over for a bit of Camino” as you are in Ireland and for a good cause too. Just confirmed that I will go out to British Colombia later this year so that’s me fixed. I have heard the Gran Canaria walk is wonderful!
I like trying to find the glittery things inside me! A good thing to do as we continue our journey!
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