12.15.10 = Strong foundation
After my whirl wind 1300 round trip to Pennsylvania and back, I came home to below 0 temperatures and 3” of snow, give or take. But it was all worthwhile to see and visit with my good friends again and the honor to shoot Suzette and Steve’s wedding. (Photos to come soon, I promise.) I’m so glad that I spent the extra day with Suzette and Steve because it gave me an opportunity to get to know Steve a bit better and see the strong foundation that they have to begin their new life together. (Staying the extra day was their idea. I would never intrude on newlywedness!) Knowing my love for old barns, stone walls and really, anything old with rust, they gave me a tour of the Pennsylvania countryside. This old stone church was built in 1754. It was used for worship and community gatherings. Steve told me they built it high on a hill so they could watch for Indians and they made the doors wide enough so they could get horses into it if need be. It’s still standing today. Amazing what a good solid, strong foundation can withstand.
“Because if you have a strong foundation like we have, then you and build or rebuild anything on it. But if you’ve got a weak foundation you can’t build anything.” Jack Scalia