Tag Archives: Michigan
“You blanketed earth with ocean, covered the mountains with deep waters; then you roared and the water ran away — your thunder crash put it to flight … you set boundaries between earth and sea; never again will earth be … Continue reading
Again, this year I’m privileged to attend the 34th Maranatha Christian Writers’ Conference. Today, I met the first speaker of the day, Debbie Taylor Williams/Hill Country Ministries from Texas. She shared with us that the greatest gift to give my … Continue reading
Steve and I rode the Lake Express from Milwaukee, Wisconsin over to Muskegon, Michigan. I knew we were in trouble when I saw white caps on Lake Michigan and the first thing the stewards did was hand out sea … Continue reading
Road trip day – soon to begin. Anticipation high and somewhat difficult to sleep. After tossing some in the early morning hours – decided it was time to rise and shine (even though the sun had not.) My mind/brain kept … Continue reading
Long down coat–check; 2 layers under that–check; tall warm boots–check; scarf–check; Hood–check; Large goggle-like glasses–check (not for sun, but to reduce wind chill on face); Deer skin mittens–check. Yup, guess I’m now ready to walk outdoors to clear my head … Continue reading
Leaves fall…Pine needles drop…Just like loosing a friend…Summer’s drawing to a close…Winter’s just around the bend! .
Picturesque. Calm and serene. Untouched. Set apart from human spoiling. It’s amazing to me that the setting remains virtually the same whenever I return whether in 5, 10, or 20 years. Steadfast. Faithful. Vigilant winds toss young saplings and mature, … Continue reading