Winter Miracles

“Winter paints our lens with a most holy frost. The snow falls and buries the seeds we tossed. As frozen ice sickles adorn the trees, we pause with awe and thanksgiving. Indeed, it is a season of reflection. His call to anticipate miracles. To ponder the things to come. The purpose of all things. White…

The Wedge Made Famous

Our hairstyles recycle with iconic memories of our once thick, carefree, swinging strands, blowing in the wind. Dorothy Hamill and Farrah Fawcett were trend setters that even Princess Diana’s royal locks were fashioned after. Have you ever had a Wedge? In 1988 it was my privilege to attend the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea.…

A Season of Lights

After watching this documentary, being called a “Snowflake” or a “Bird Brain” will now be considered a great honor!  Science and God ? Humbly, I now identify with a snowflake. The awesome beauty of lightning, the sound of thunder and the smell of fresh rain energizes me. Did you know that there are 16 million…

Rain on me

One can choose to splash and dash for cover, or run barefoot in glee for the refreshing! Beneath the crashing, surround sound thunder and light crackled sky, the drenching rain felt extra invigorating!  The rainbirds, the harbingers of our crystal clear droplets… did sing loudly before the dark clouds poured out.  A light drizzle quickly…