As promised, I am posting a picture of my great grandfather's store. This was the family business many years ago in Alma, Arkansas. It has become somewhat of a renowned landmark. I included the close-up picture with Bryce so you could see the beautiful stone work. As I stood there looking at this old structure, I began to wonder about the daily happenings when the store was in operation. Being somewhat in the country, I am sure Great Grandpa Wilson knew all his customers well. I wondered how many children came in for penny candy, how many clients he allowed to charge because they could not afford to pay, and so many other thoughts raced through my mind. I wanted Bryce to see this landmark in his family, realize its importance, and encourage him to build landmarks of his own. All of us have various landmarks in our lives. Each one represents a beginning and sense of direction. As we journey through life, take time to reflect on your landmarks and be sure to build some new ones. Build them carefully and prayerfully. Someone may visit your landmark someday.