Length of Days – June

“We’re on the threshold of July;

When did June gets wings to fly!

Longer days;

Length to play,

But yet June choose to fly away.

Mr. June, your

Gone too soon.

Prepare the sky,

Here comes July!”

“The day is Yours, and Yours also the night;

You establish the sun and the moon.

It was You who set all the boundaries of the earth;

You made both the summer and the winter.”

Psalm 74:16-17 (NIV)



Photos captured at Cross and Crown Cowboy Camp for Children June 2017

Poem by denisebalog©2017

7 thoughts on “Length of Days – June”

    1. They have over 60 kids attend for 3 days. I was absolutely amazed at the amount of men who took off work and planned vacation to fish, and shoot bow and arrow and spend time with the kids. This generation is in desperate need of father’s in their lives. It was a heartfelt time of love on some very hot summer days!


  1. We’re having such a beautiful June/July here this winter. Cool balmy nights and glorious sunny warm days. Perhaps not a ‘proper’ winter but certainly embracing and enjoyable while it lasts. 4th July here was an incredible day where I live ‘weather-wise’. In the Spirit all the fluctuations of season bring their own JOY.

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    1. Good morning Faye:) Was beginning to get worried about you. Glad to hear you are enjoying your season. Humid here and not my favorite weather, but healthy and family well. Blessings, denise


      1. Oh yes, I do so LOVE the 4th of July — I always celebrate it in the Spirit! 🙂 🙂 🙂 Hooray for the red, white and blue! Make it an AWESOME one!! shalom and xo in Jesus…

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