Evin’s Mill, Tennessee has a long and hard-working history. The property records show a working mill since 1824, this mill was built around 1939 and only used for two years. The end of an era but not the end of its usefulness. Now the host for weddings, birthdays and business events. Folks gather and enjoy the rustic, rough, worn and delightful surroundings. Most of us would not want to live with the old, cranky and inconvenient but we enjoy the character… but just for a while! What’s wrong with this?
Promises have been made and given since the creation. They are a part of our human core. Promises keep us motivated. Men and women have promised to love and be faithful to each other for 1000’s of years. Everyday let all of us remember the promises that we have made.
The Bible tells us that there is a time to mourn and a time to celebrate. I had the honor of spending time with a young friend that had many challenges in her life. The mums in the photo were a “Thank you”. Things were tough for my young friend, but that day… we celebrated.
Let’s think about the courage that it takes to get in a metal tube and be propelled through the air for thousands of miles. Flying is an amazing thing! It takes an incredible amount of trust. We have to trust that everyone involved in the design, construction and operation of this wonderful machine were all having a good day.
If you do not have an Alaskan Guide that loves the land and the fish… then change guides! Reubin Payne demonstrated his love for ALASKA and the fish when our friend caught this fish. The fish was past grilling on Sunday! This King was ready to give its eggs to produce 1000’s of salmon in the next few years. Reubin called the authorities and told them about the condition and the location of the fish. I love Alaska and I love…. http://www.widespreadfishing.com/ Come as a tourist and leave as a lover of ALASKA!