Tonight as the sun was setting, it was playing peek-a-boo between these two tall trees. We thought no one was there except us, but we were wrong. This one lone bird was sitting up on a pole enjoying the sunset as well. He was singing to the setting sun to make himself heard and seen. The last two pictures are Phil with our granddaughter a couple years ago. They were also playing peek-a-boo. She thought that no one could see her if she covered her eyes. But she was seen and found, with delighted squeals ensuing. Rather like our little Anne thinking no one can see her if she closes her eyes, some think that they cannot be seen if no one is there to see them. But they would be wrong. Playing peek-a-boo can be a risky business for grown ups.
"From heaven the Lord looks down and sees all mankind; from his dwelling place he watches all who live on earth - he who forms the hearts of all, who considers everything they do."