Monthly Archives: August 2013
I shouldn’t ever be afraid but unbelief still gives me willies. Then I can see the Shepherd coming to fetch the one that has strayed from His side. It happens so quickly, I wander off down a thought and bam, … Continue reading
Loneliness was messing with Grandma’s heart. Most everyone has known this type of blues. Not sure how to lift her from the doldrums, we shuffled to the car to take a cruise. She was bothered that her blindness would prevent … Continue reading
The corn is reaching for heaven and we have a pact, If it makes by September, I’m climbing up and not coming back. Disclaimer: God knows I’m not a good vertical climber.
Coronal mass ejection. The sun’s big O. Spewing millions of tons of particles towards our planet at 570 miles per second. Geomagnetism baby. Auroras, wow man. I’m not making this stuff up. Universal news.
summer color… I hold to you, although the color that comes catches the breath, yours is a cheerfully warm, glowing, vivid brilliance that holds us aptly under the pleasant spell of summer’s best.
The morning dew lay heavy in the meadow webs. What purpose does this spun bowl of moisture serve in it’s surroundings? How many intricate correlations go unnoticed by the busy eye? Nature tells its story patiently. We both have stories … Continue reading
I know she wonders what purpose God has for her life in these years of blindness and fragility. I try to remind her of all the love that God has poured through her to bless her family and friends. When … Continue reading
God’s recipe for morning nature treasure. Ingredients: one large grove of leafy trees of varying height one moist gray cloud one powerful sun one loving God. Take the well established tree grove of old and new growth and juice the … Continue reading