“I never get tired of the blue sky.” – Vincent Van Gogh
Located off the Mullica River is the Great Bay where Motts Creek Inn is located. This little house is located on the road to Motts Creek Inn. Living here nearly 15 years I have never been to this local spot. Their motto is “Beware of the Locals” with a picture of a green head fly, if you are from this area of NJ you know about green head flies. If you don’t, consider yourself lucky! The area closest to the marsh is known for green head flies, so their motto is meant to be funny I suppose?
There is an old folklore in this apart of the state known as the Jersey Devil. The hockey team from NJ is named for this old folklore. It is a well known topic where I come from and some people who were born and raised in this area believe in this folklore. Honestly, even though I’ve lived in NJ my entire life, I never heard this folklore until I moved to my current home.
Aside from the folklore and green head flies, the road this small house is located on is extremely quiet and peaceful. During my ride last Sunday morning, the sun was shining brightly and the sky was a beautiful vibrant blue. As I stopped to take this photo, I could not help but notice the sound of absolutely nothing but complete quiet. There was the occasional bird chirping and the crisp morning air was so refreshing, I couldn’t help myself from just enjoying the quiet and solitude of the morning. As we celebrate Easter today, I encourage each of you to stop and take a moment to celebrate the glorious and beautiful world we are a part of.
Happy Easter … until next time … Debra
He is not here, He is risen!
Glorious words for me! My granddaughter Layla said it right. This is the most important day of the year for me. She wondered about Christmas too though because as she said, ‘If Jesus hadn’t been born then we couldn’t have had Easter’. She’s a sweetie and very deep in her knowledge and thoughts even at her little tiny age of 7.
You know, that Jesus came into this world to be the light and to lead us out of darkness and to bring us health and new life!
Hope is what this day brings to me …
“… in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation.
But take heart; I have overcome the world.”
If you have not yet, I ask you to consider asking Jesus into your life today. He will bring you that peace and happiness you’re longing for.
‘Christian hope expresses knowledge that every day of his life,
and every moment beyond it, the believer can say with truth,
on the basis of God’s own commitment,
that the best is yet to come.’
Be blessed on this Easter day!