Sky and Temple


Another view of the Hindu Temple of Jackson against the blue, blue sky. I got some sad news this week, my father-in-law passed away. My husband and I had planned to spend the holidays in Germany, but now we'll just be leaving a little earlier.

I am going to try to set up as many automatic postings as I can, but there may be some dry days. I'll try to check in when I can, but my MiL does not have fast internet at home, so we'll see. Until then, I wish all of my "virtual" friends a very happy holiday season and all the best in the New Year!

17 comments:

Olivier said...

il est magnifique ce temple hindou, on dirait du marbre.

VP said...

It's always a pleasure to have a look at something like this!

Kaori said...

Oh no. My prayers will be with you and your family. And I'll be checking up to see if you have posts :-)

Jim Klenke said...

Sorry to hear the news.

Cezar and Léia said...

Oh sweet Hal,
So sorry for this sad news, I wish you a safe trip and I'm sending you love and good energies.
Léia

Jacob said...

You have left us with a magnificent photograph of a magnificent building...it is just stunning.

Our thoughts will go with you as you gather with family and friends to remember your father-in-law!

Have a safe trip and a good holiday season!

cieldequimper said...

Bon voyage, même si les circonstances ne sont pas les meilleures et bonnes fêtes.

JM said...

I love this kind of indian 'pyramid'.

brian stout said...

sorry to hear of your loss. have a safe trip! thoughts and prayers to you and your inlaws!

Jack said...

Sorry to read that, Halcyon. Don't worry about your readers. Just take care of your husband and his family and yourself. We will be here when you can return.

Lana Gramlich said...

Beautiful shot, but I am sorry for your sad news. *hug*

Janice Tracy said...

So sorry to hear about your father-in-law. Have a safe journey.

gogouci said...

So sorry to hear about your father-in-law. My thoughts are with you and your family this holiday season. Please have a safe trip home.

Small City Scenes said...

Sad news but go and take care. You will be in our thoughts. and we will be here when you return.
Be safe. MB

Janice said...

The temple is an absolutely amazing work of architectural art. It looks as if it is carved out of ivory.

Kate said...

I am so sorry to read of your family tragedy. The death of a loved one is always hard, but when it is during the holiday season it seems that it makes it doubly hard. You'll be in my thoughts for many days to come. My best to you during this difficult time!

Louis la Vache said...

Is there a 7-11 in the lobby?
;-D

The inquiring mind of «Louis Maytag (the agitator) la Vache» wants to know...