Saturday, 31 December 2016

A Review of 2016


        Friends and Readers,

        As I reflect upon the 366 days(yes, it was a leap year) of this past year now gone, I am reminded of the many blessings bestowed upon me by the Lord, and the many ways he has brought me, a wayward sinner, back to himself.  I do not have time to write much about them all, nor do I feel I could rightly put what is on my heart appropriately down on a blog.  Despite my failings as a son, brother, and Christian, I know that God abundantly pardons those who repent of their sin and place their whole hope of salvation in his Son, Jesus Christ.

        And rather than writing about some of my favourite recollections of this past year, here is some of my year in picture form.  Happy New Year!

Early January Sunrise over Lake Ontario

In March I traveled to England
with this great bunch of folks.

We floated down the river Thames -
far north of London, in Cambridge.

In June I took a flight in a very small aircraft.
See the movie I made about it HERE.

In the summer my sister(third from left) and
I visited some good friends in Connecticut.

And I set foot in the eastern edge of the
Atlantic Ocean while in New England.



My family and I moved house for the first time in over 15 years.


We also remembered the courage and
sacrifice, heroism and daring of the many
men of past wars who fought for freedom.


D-Day, June 6, 1944.  Normandy, France.
(Read more by clicking here.)

I kept up my photography - but I only post my good pictures!

And we finish with the moon setting in conjunction with 
Venus over a lake in the Algonquins taken when on vacation.

Photographed, Written, and Posted by William A Moore


3 comments:

  1. Reading your words, and seeing our Father's blessings to you in 2016 was a joy to my heart.
    I am honored to be your brother!

    Ahmad

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    1. Thanks Ahmad! Looking forward to seeing you at church on Sunday, brother.

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  2. Looks like you had a very busy year! Love the photos, especially the last one of the moon and Venus.

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