I’ve reached the end of the line
Say goodbye to space and time
Ran out of gas, broken down
I’m off to meet the renown
I was invited by Elizabeth from Tea and Paper to join the Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge: “Post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or a short paragraph and each day nominate another blogger for the challenge”. Elizabeth posts photos, poems, artsy stuff and other things on her lovely blog. Please drop by and check it out.
The above photo was taken close to my house. I thought it was a bit odd for an old non-working locomotive to be hiding away in the trees. The poem is another Tanaga.
I would like to nominate Audrey, from Oldest Daughter Red Headed Sister to participate in this challenge. Audrey finds inspiration in anything and everything.
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I’m just a simple girl that is passionate about being relevant and making a difference in this world.
World traveler, lover of bright sunny days, experiencing cultures, good friends and conversation. I love my God and love my family.
I don’t believe that I have the Truth, but that I have a relationship with Truth and want to be closer to Him.
Canadian, born and raised in Vancouver, BC. YWAMer since 2000 and have traveled and lived all over the world –Hong Kong, China, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Afghanistan, Turkey, Germany, Argentina, Australia and The USA.
I moved to Brazil in 2002, married an awesome “Baiano”, Daniel, and we have two adorable kiddies, Caue and Hannah.
I am certified in fitness and nutrition and conducted physical conditioning classes while working with an arts and evangelism team and schools. I am also certified in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and TEYL (Teaching English to Young Learners).
"A God Coloured Girl in a Grey World" is my blog where I write articles based on my faith, post fitness routines, recipes and other health and wellness stuff. You can also check out a bit of my music at www.myspace.com/stacilys
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19 thoughts on “The End of the Line”
Awwww, thank you Sibella. I’m glad you think so.
Simple and super sweet 🙂
Heyyyyyy Benjamin, how are you? It’s been a while eh. My move left me sooooo busy that I hadn’t been on WordPress much. Still settling in, but things are slowly coming together.
I’ve been thinking of you recently also.
Thank you so much for the kind words.
Yes, it’s been too long. I hope you’re doing well and the move is starting to slow down. I’ve only been floating around a little myself on WordPress. Busy with words and thinking, and coloring my soul. Always thinking of you, too and your words. You’re welcome 🙂
Awwwww, you’re so sweet Benjamin. And I like that: “colouring your soul”. We need that, don’t we?
The move has slowed down, but I’m still a bit overwhelmed with all that needs to be done. I guess it will take some time.
I love the photo! The light is amazing! 🙂
Thank you so much Trini. I really liked the idea of this one. Actually, today while I was driving back from town, I noticed two men with equipment there. I don’t know if they were trying to move it, or what they were doing. I guess if they were trying to move it, I will know soon eh.
I played around with photo editing a bit to get this type of light. I’m so pleased you like it.
How are you, by the way? It’s been a while. I was off of WordPress for a bit because of how crazy my life was with our moved and all.
I am fine, it is really really hot here in India now, and we have had a couple of earth quakes so that has bee scary. But next week I am going on Holiday to Norway so I am excited about that!! 🙂 ❤
Oh, I can imagine. I have never been in India during the summer, but when I was in Jaipur from September to December, it was very hot then. Also in Calcutta in September. It must be very hot right now them. I hope you have a lovely holiday in Norway Trini. It will be so nice to be at your birth home. How long will you be going for? I remember last year you had some upsets during your time there. I certainly hope that this time only offers peace and relaxation.
Thank you! 🙂 I will be there for 3 weeks 🙂 I pray for peace and relaxation too 🙂 ❤
Wonderful. Three weeks is a good amount of time.
Aww. Thank you…however, I sorta do this already, I suppose. I’ll do my best to tag appropriately. Cool picture, Staci.
Hehehe. Yup, I know. I knew you would be a good candidate for this because it’s already a part of you, isn’t it.
Awwww, thank you Sibella. I’m glad you think so.
Sad but hopeful. Does the end signify meeting Our Maker? 🙂
Hey there Soapie. So nice to see you here. And yes, “off to meet the renown” would mean to meet our Maker. You hit the nail on the head.
Hope you’re well.
Me like. i think i’ll work on photo prompts
🙂 Thanks Uju. Oh yes, you should. It’s interesting to see what one comes up with.