After a brisk walk of about 5 miles this morning, I went off to church at my parish, “Our Lady of the Assumption”, and yet I felt compelled to offer this image of our Baptist church in Osterville. The “white steepled churches” of New England are awe inspiring and give so much meaning to towns that begin in the south of Connecticut, up through Rhode Island, around the corner to Massachusetts, to the rocky shores of Maine, west into the white mountains of New Hampshire and into the most beautiful of all of the states–Vermont, and my personal favorite “white steepled church” on Mountain Road in Stowe, Vermont. I have been in touch with an old friend, someone I have known for 28 years, who now lives in Sun Valley, Idaho, but grew up in that little hamlet nestled in the Green Mountains. I lived there for a summer when I was a kid, and I never really left. So, please enjoy this beautiful landmark of New England and have a wonderful day. Peace M
February 15, 2009
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