This is a REBLOG from last year…..enjoy again!
This phone booth sits just outside the steps of Edinburgh Castle in Scotland. Larry and I had the privilege to travel there in May of 2017, as well as to Ireland and Britain. Sadly, many of these relics sit in storage areas around the U.K. due to the decline of pay phones and the rise of cell phones. No one was waiting in line to make a call, as cell phones grace almost every purse, pocket and backpack. Still it was a thrilling ‘antique’ to see!
December 2, 2018 marks the first Sunday of Advent, the time leading up to the birth of Jesus Christ. Advent could be considered a type of waiting as well. Not waiting in line but waiting… and watching as the Three Wise men did hundreds of years ago for an event which changed mankind’s destiny.
Today, families often ‘wait’ and ‘watch’ for Christmas through Advent…
View original post 120 more words
One thought on “WAITING FOR A CALL”
Well done! This really made me think about communication through the ages. Seems that we often do not do well at contacting or relating to others by written note or a phone call – even in Biblical times to now – pencil, phone booth or cell phone. It takes time, dedication and love!