Wednesday, June 20, 2007


Brandon and I went to shoot a wedding of a GATA friend in Oklahoma last weekend, and on the way back, we decided to stop and see the Oklahoma City Memorial. It was so powerful being there and seeing the chairs that stand for those that were lost. Brandon and I both got chocked up looking at all the little chairs that represented the children that were lost. The memorial reminded me that everyday is a gift, and that we need to be grateful for the time that we have with our loved ones. I got these three words off of the memorial. I was touched by what they said. The memorial is filled with faithful statements about keeping a strong faith despite of tragedy. If you ever get a chance it really is worth visiting.


FeedingYourMind said...

Yeah, it is a very nicely made memorial isn't it? I've seen it a couple times.

Nice pics!

Was the wedding someone from your pledge class?

Brooke said...

Hey Dee Dee! I didn't know about this blog! I'll be checking up on you. I also have been to that memorial. It is very moving to be there.