Looking for fall in all the Wrong Places
We got ahead of ourselves this year. Last week, we headed north from Sedona up through Oak Creek Canyon and didn’t see one trace of autumn! It’s always a pretty drive through the canyon and I hope I never take beautiful Sedona for granted.
I found a lovely red tree to photograph in the mountain town of Flagstaff.
We stopped at IHOP for a bite to eat. I’ve had a hankering for the newest thing on their menu…red velvet pancakes!
Ma and Pa sitting on a bench at IHOP!
Flagstaff is a very liberal college town with a huge used bookstore that we like to visit. I carried in my box of used Christian books for trade, but when I checked out, I was surprised not one book in my box was accepted. I was told that either my books were too outdated or there wasn’t a market for them. I asked the clerk “You have a large Christian section which seems very popular.” “Yes” was how the liberal clerk replied. This all is fishy to me because some of my Christian novels in that box were released within the past year!
So I leave you with this verse : Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever, Hebrews 13:8. The Word never changes like an outdated book or goes out of style. Aren’t you glad?