The truth is, I miss the sunset. That is, I miss the desert sunset. You see I grew up in a place that had beautiful sunsets. I haven’t been there much since I went to college. In fact, I think I’ve only been back there about 10 times in the past 4 years. It’s just a reality of life that we grow up and move sometimes. Not everyone does, and that’s OK. We don’t need to leave our home towns; there’s no law that says you have to go to college, get married, get a job, move far away, etc., etc.. Wherever God needs you, that’s where you’ll live. Recently there have been a lot people at my church and close friends who have either moved or are in the process of moving. It’s just their time. Sometimes circumstances don’t allow us to stay on here any longer and we are forced to move. I mean, living in California for instance isn’t the most economical, so some move. Other people just need to get away. It’s not an issue of money, it’s just they feel it might be time to move on. I don’t know.. I guess I’m rambling.
Anyways, I shot that picture of the sunset last night at Lancaster Jethawks game which we took our youth ministry to. We had a good time, and the hotdogs were only $1! I also got a picture with the “Jethawk” so enjoy.