Archive for the storms Tag

Storm Preparedness – Day 7

It’s such an odd feeling. Watching the weather via apps and feeds. The sun is shining here. Not a cloud in the sky. Nothing even predicted for the next ten days. Yet, but a few hundred miles away, everyone’s world has paused. Put on hold. No exceptions. Continued prayers to the coastlines that have not yet been touched by hurricane
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Thing

I live in south Louisiana. Covington to be exact. In March we experienced record breaking flooding. Five months to the day later, just as everyone who flooded is completing their renovations and getting moved back in – the unthinkable happened – a system developed over the Gulf and stalled. Early predictions are saying the worst hit parts just to the
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I Am A Sheep of Your Pasture

I took this picture in Spain while driving from Antequera to Malaga. It took my breath away. Pulling over, rolling my window down Рmy breath stilled, my heart overwhelmed. Many of the sheep in the pasture had bells around their necks Рthere were probably a thousand sheep . . . . . .  and the sound was one
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A Little More Sense(s)

I love weather. Growing up on a farm definitely ingrained in me an understanding of how it impacts our lives in a multitude of ways. I’m always paying attention. God gave us five senses. Any time I use more than one of them to see God at work, it sticks with me much longer. What I gain is deeper and
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