I feel mighty small in this world of ours. As I sit and ponder all these beautiful places I’ve visited and all of my family that I have all over the world. I have family in well over 6 states within the continent of the United States. Sister’s, brother, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, many cousins too. I know I have second cousins in Sweden or Denmark, I’m not sure which but it amazes me how large this Earth is how close we can all be.
When I read this word “mighty” it made me think of other things – other than an adjective – more like an adverb. I find it mighty strange that my life just took this huge left turn. I’m mighty thankful I can share my thoughts and stories on this blog. It brings me tremendous pleasure and I hope you all are enjoying my stories.
I’m mighty thankful for all my friends and loved ones who make me whole and help define ME. Mighty tough is what I tell myself as I feel like I need to STAY STRONG. I tell myself that somehow I need to smile through the pain and take one day at a time.
For me through my eyes I think mighty helps describe our beautiful country. These mighty mountains, gorgeous trees. This photo is near the Canadian border 30 miles away to be exact, my sister’s new home in Idaho. God’s country as many say, I can’t wait to visit again one of these days.
I enjoy these word challenges as it does stir up some creative thinking and my emotions once I get going. I’m mighty happy to be spending another day with everyone. This puts a huge smile on my face. I hope you all are having a mighty fine day! 🙂