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Thunder And Lightning

Friday, September 18, 2020

I believe that I was eight years old and that it was 1956 when a severe storm came upon our small town of Fenwick, Ontario, Canada. Just past our house, we had a greenhouse, then a workshop, and then another greenhouse. My dad was in the … Read more

Ice Storm

Saturday, April 6, 2019

Drool splattered my cheek. A Bull Mastiff leaned over, wanting his bed back. I opened my eyes and remembered that we were two weeks into the 1998 ice storm, driven from our home, sharing a one-bedroom apartment with six large-breed … Read more

Blizzard Speak

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Psalm 19 beautifully reminds us of how God speaks to us daily and nightly through His creation, in the heavens and the firmament. There really is something wonderfully peaceful, serene, soothing, and faith-building for many of us, in … Read more

The Wonder Of The Snow

Monday, March 15, 2010

For those who live in the northeastern United States as I do, weather is a daily topic of conversation. The winter season is most challenging. For most adults, snow is an unwelcome intruder, adding stress to our schedule-driven lives. That's … Read more

Whiter Than Snow

Sunday, February 3, 2008

Having had during the past two winters a reprieve from snow and snowstorms, this year has all the markings of a good Canadian winter. We recently had a storm come through that was reported to be the worst snowstorm in … Read more

Snowed In

Monday, January 10, 2005

I used to be a snowbird wannabe. When my parents scurried off to Florida at the first sign of a winter blow, I wanted to climb right in their back seat. Not a fan of ice, snow, and cold, nevertheless … Read more

The Lonely Land

Friday, September 17, 2004

"Focus on the road," I urged my wandering thoughts, but the last e-mail from home made it difficult to stay focused on the black ribbon of pavement that cut through the 519 kilometres of wilderness. The yawning truck driver I … Read more

El Nino Or El Elyon?

Sunday, March 15, 1998

A few weeks ago we watched the great ice storm of 1998 wreak havoc in eastern and central Canada. For several days, rain kept falling and freezing, turning highways and driveways into skating rinks. As many as three million people … Read more

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