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I listed a dozen different types of precipitation in Monday’s post . . . . . . immediately followed by my Monday morning commute. I drove into snow shards, fat flakes, heavy snow that blocked my view, … Continue reading
Here in North Jersey, many people long for a snowless winter. I tell them that I like snow (in modest amounts), and that I wouldn’t want to live where there was no snow. I would miss the quiet transforming beauty … Continue reading
“This is my Father’s world, and to my listening ears all nature sings, and round me rings the music of the spheres.” Maltbie D. Babcock (1858-1901) “All nature sings.” I wonder . . . does each … Continue reading
Over the weekend, from DC to NYC, deep snow upended schedules and canceled plans. How’d you take it? Yippee! Time for hot chocolate and a good book I was disappointed, but these things happen My weekend was ruined! This … Continue reading
Fifty Shades of Grey. I didn’t read the book, and I’m not going to the movie. But it got me thinking about color. Suppose you need some white paint. What to choose? creamy white white sand sun washed … Continue reading
Thank you, Lord God, for lengthening daylight. Thank you, Lord God, for bright stars and clear cold nights. Thank you, Lord God, for snow that illuminates dark nights and magnifies sunny days.
As the mega storm blankets the Northeast, I ponder God’s purpose for winter. Psalm 2:1, 3 (CEV) Why do the nations plot, and why do their people make useless plans? . . . In heaven the Lord laughs as he sits on … Continue reading