The sight of a pathway brings to mind many things. Beaten down into the earth from the plodding of those before, it leads and guides us along a journey. There’re obstacles, new discoveries, up and downs, twists and turns, and always, the unknown around the bend. What you’ll experience along its way is a mystery. However, knowing where it will end, we proceed by faith with a look back from time to time, to see and reflect just where we’ve been–to rest just a moment, if you will. Such is life. A Pilgrim’s Path is the exposition of such a journey that isn’t much unlike your own. In his first professionally published work, author Wes Henry, sheds light on the reality of the human experience in a style that wreaks Kentuckian, and how it relates to the divine want of God’s hand upon us. In this collection of daily living he brings the reader amidst the shadowy hills of Appalachia, along the rock strewn banks of the Elkhorn creek, through the furrows of a tobacco field and hoed garden rows, to city streets in the capital of the Commonwealth, and more, all along a pathway towards home. A new perspective will be yours in the reading and reading again of this seasonal arrangement of common things with eternal effects. Simply, it will cause you to consider your own plight along A Pilgrim’s Path.