About Steve

โœžFollower of Christ, Husband, Guitarist, Drummer, Photographer, Health & Fitness advocate....Oh and i'm also Blind too! ๐Ÿ˜€

20 Responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Nostalgic”

  1. Great picture to have Steve, I love looking through old family photos ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. What a lovely photo, you mom looks very happy with her 3 beautiful kids. I’m sorry she was gone too quickly from your life, that must be hard.
    I found your blog through Lori Lara, and am enjoying browsing.
    Your focus on various verses intrigues me as they seem to go a bit deeper than other blogs I’ve visited.

    • I’ve learnt so much through her suffering and its brought greater meaning to how i should value and be compassionate to others.
      I’m not sure how deep i go, but when i read the Bible it blows me away with its powerful truth and it transforms anyone who surrenders their life to follow Jesus. It fills me with hope as i knew nothing of this love and truth for 30 years, and now i can’t stop reading, talking, typing and sharing this hope to everyone. ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. What a cute baby you were! And such a lovely family, too. Losing Mom is hard. I know, because mine moved to heaven eight years ago. (Love the pix of Vini on your sidebar, too. He looks like a fun young man to know.)


  4. So nice to have picture of loved ones. What a nice day I bet that was! Your mom looks so happy with her three children ๐Ÿ™‚
    May your mom continue to rest in peace.

  5. You were a cute baby– good to see old family photos. Sorry for your loss.

    • Thanks Ellen. I enjoy these photo challenges as i get to search and use a wide variety of the photos on my hard drive which may not of got seen or used.
      I don’t have many photos of my family so its nice for me to put some out there for you to see.
      My Mum died in July 13 years ago, the same month i was registered blind, which was a difficult time for me. But its nice to see her smile again, and remeber some happy times we shared together. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • It must have been a VERY difficult time. Life is made up of good times and bad. Sometimes one looks back and wonders how one managed. And then one thinks that God carried us through. So why worry so much now???

        • Yeah i learnt so much living with my mum whilst she was suffering with MS. I’ve grown so much in compassion and had my character strengthened, so in a weird way its helped me a lot when it comes to loving others.

  6. My eldest sister was given a shocking diagnosis of progressive MS the day after her 50th birthday, for which we had given her a wonderful surprise party. She had been having falling symptoms, which she had been hiding from us for a while. The doctor told her that she had been with MS for about 10 years before it expressed itself. We are a close family. I suppose it is a frightening thing to think about, humanly-speaking; but I trust God with her life. I’m sorry for your loss, but I feel your happiness through this photo that you call “nostalgic.”

    • Sorry to hear about your sister, but she is so blessed to have you and your family around her.
      My Mum died aged 50 and had MS for about 12 years starting with the falling and shaking stage. Then for the last few years it became very aggressive. But there are many different kinds of MS and i met a lady who had had MS for 24 years and she was walking around fine and was quite stable.
      I will be praying for your sister and for your family as you go through your journeys.
      God bless you all.

      • Yes, I’ve learned that it affects people differently. Thank you so very much for praying for my sister and family. That means a lot to me.

  7. Such a beautiful family!

  8. Wow, what a wonderful photo! My mom is here visiting and we are looking at all her old photos of her parents and my dad’s parents. You look like your mom, she is beautiful.


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