Well, hello there! Hope you are enjoying this much warmer Spring in the praries. I’m popping in here to share our adventures in the past month and a half. We had pretty amazing two weeks of summer in India (where temperatures hovered anywhere from pleasant 17C to hot 37C) My parents had organized a get together to welcome Mr. Swytch into the family. I met a cousin whom i hadn’t seen for 20 years! And the best part, the garden was blooming with Dahlia’s! They are my favorite flower to photograph. We also went to the mountains for 2 day trip to Jasper mid-May and boy it was amazing! The majestic mountains always take my breath away!
Here are a few (or many) pictures so show you what I mean 🙂
Mr. Swytch’s parents will be joining us this Friday for their 4-month stay with us and we plan to go to Banff at some point. Elk island and hikes along the river valley are also something that I want to do more of this summer. I haven’t gone back to workouts fully yet! It has been over a month since the surgery so far I’ve added long walks and biking but i really want to go back to HIIT workout.
Hope you have some amazing plans lined up for summer. I mention this because we Canadians hibernate in the long winter so this is perfect time to stretch some legs and explore 🙂
In health update: I captured the blooming petunias on my way to the surgery(gall bladder removal). This was right outside the entrance of PIMS hospital, Jalandhar. I am recovering at home now, and grateful for the care and being doted on.
It’s 23C and sunny in Jalandhar and can get very hot around noon. Morning and evenings are much cooler. Dahlia’s are gracing the garden with their vibrancy and it has been such a joy to capture the colors and various stages of bloom. My sister arrives from SFO tomorrow and I cannot wait to meet her and plan our outings (albeit slowly because of the cholecystectomy)
To Wander is to test and taste what’s out in the world.
To Wander is to know that there is something out there that will satisfy the thirst.
To Wander is to have our eyes fixed on something farther than here.
To Wander is fun, unpredictable and liberating.
And yet..there isn’t much in this world that will satisfy our yearning for something that is bigger than ourselves.
When we seek the Lord with ALL of our heart, that’s when wandering becomes following the narrow path. It doesn’t mean we don’t have fun nor we stop being adventurous, but that we are focused on something bigger than us.