Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Vacation Pictures 2

 
My brother, Caleb and I took a double decker train to Santa Fe, NM. First time for both Caleb and I to ever ride one. Took a hour and half to get there, we arrived and first thing I noticed was it was a good 10 degrees colder! We found a Mexican restaurant to eat at, filled our belly's {I had a very hot dish with red and green chili} We stopped in at a old catholic church with the most beautiful stain glass windows, large organ pipes, fountains and older pews. Caleb tugged my arm while we were there and asks "mom can I pray?" Talk about tearing up, "Yes sweetheart, you sure can". We all three prayed. Then we moved on to one of my favorite parts, shopping! I picked up some scores and local finds {always happy to support local artist} and then called it a day. Was another busy one, every day I slept like the dead.

 


12 comments:

  1. Looks like you all had a great time! I grew up Catholic, and still to this day, even though I no longer practice, I love going into older historic churches to think, meditate, and just dream about the people who've been here before me.

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    1. we did! thank you and YES you nailed it, its a special place. My mother and my father both grew up catholic as well. I did not so this was a real treat for me ;)

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  2. Amazing photos of the church & stained glass windows!! I'm stopping by from Blogging Buddies.
    Thanks
    Angie
    godsgrowinggarden.com

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    1. thank you, it was truly beautiful - thank you for stopping in

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  3. Those windows are gorgeous! I love to visit churches on holidays. Looks like a good trip.

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    1. totally! the windows were just stunning and one of my favorite things about the older churches.

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  4. I love near Albuquerque and I love taking the train to Santa Fe. It is so much fun.

    Take Care,
    Mandy Jean
    www.mandyjeanchic.com

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    1. It was very fun! thank you for stopping in

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