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WINTER BLUES

WINTER BLUES

It’s cold outside. The rain is falling. Predictions are for snow flurries. More cold is coming.
Who wants to be far away somewhere? On a tropical island, eating in a restaurant hanging from a tree. Sounds good? Sounds great to me. I just need a ticket and I’m there, bags all packed. No ticket is coming my way. Oh well! I’ll just suffer in silence. Well, not really silence. I’m never silent.

AM I REALLY READY FOR THE SNOW? SO COLD…

READY FOR THE SNOW?

After watching the snow fall, I realize that I’m not so ready. I have to dig out the boots and gloves. Some of us have to dig our driveways. At least it looks pretty and white.

Ready For Old Man Winter?

Who Is Ready For Old Man Winter?

We have to put ourselves in the right state of mind. We have to be prepared. Think of the holidays and snow bells. And presents—lots of presents. Now I’m prepared.

Falling snow is pure and white. It covers the earth with a promise of a new beginning. We all like new beginnings.

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THE DEAD

THE DEAD

THE DEAD
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A Perfect Place To Be Alone

A Perfect Place To Be Alone

 

If I could find this place, I would lay back and close my eyes. Imagine the scope of stories I could create in my mind. Maybe a romance or a murder mystery. We all need our own private place where we could reflect. I just want mine to be inside a snow globe.

 

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Life in Proper Perspective

Water has always been soothing to me. I can sit for hours and watch water flow down a stream or pond. My problems feel less important and some even begin to sound silly. Life must be into perspective. We must stop and reorganize our priorities—always in favor of the needy and helpless. God reminds us of this by the sheer majesty of nature. We are only a small part of the universe that continues on with or without us.

Water has always been soothing to me. I can sit for hours and watch water flow down a stream or pond. My problems feel less important and some even begin to sound silly. Life must be into perspective. We must stop and reorganize our priorities—always in favor of the needy and helpless. God reminds us of this by the sheer majesty of nature. We are only a small part of the universe that continues on with or without us.