I’m a little embarrassed. I’ve decided I have a very patient husband. Going to Sabino Canyon right after we moved back to Tucson and for the first time since my eye surgery five years ago must have felt like taking a five-year-old who had a new pair of shoes she wanted to show off.
What did I see today? I saw that an Oblivious Spring ignored the harsh realities of a winter weary world and came anyway. That’s the message Springtime delivered to me this year.[Read more…]
“Heads up!” my friend texted me. “The weatherman predicts a beautiful sunset due to the haze in the sky.”
Sharing the thrill of a sunrise or sunset is something my friend and I do often. One text alert and we’re both out the door, checking the sky, marveling once again at God’s creativity, and sending each other pictures of how the sky differs ten miles away.
This time, I stalled. Sunset was not for another 40 minutes. So said Alexa. I told my digital nanny to set a timer for 30 minutes. [Read more…]
- Celebrates a new day of life
- Revels in the gifts of color, symmetry, and design at its best
- Brags on the creative ability of a Divine Hand
- Washes the night of its darkness.
Why do I like sunrises better than sunsets? [Read more…]