Tag: St. Paul Lutheran Church

In the Grips of This Life-Threatening Cold

In the Grips of This Life-Threatening Cold
For sure the topic of most conversation today was this bitter cold which has been made all the worse by that biting northwest wind. I didn't even want hear what the wind-chill factor was, and only bec … continue reading

Beating the Bushes to Find Another

Beating the Bushes to Find Another
With it being another Sunday morning, my first duty of the day, was to head to office and return to my darkened corner to get my contemplative spiritual exercise completed.  While in prayer, I was re … continue reading

The Great American Experiment

The Great American Experiment
I was exceptionally happy to see it had rained in the night instead of snow, and for sure, our soil's in need of a good soaking or two before hard winter arrives. I was happy to see it over before I h … continue reading

Fire in the Eyes of Many

Fire in the Eyes of Many
Due to Thanksgiving being on a Thursday as it always is, this is the third and final day that's been feeling like a Sunday. Whenever a week day has a holiday thrown in it, and especially if it lands o … continue reading

The Cure for a Sore Spirit

The Cure for a Sore Spirit
My goodness! When is this wind going to stop blowing? I can't remember which Western State it is that's considered the windiest, but after these many days of annoying wind, I think the climatologists … continue reading

Snow’s back on our Menu

Snow’s back on our Menu
Another chilly-gray day arrived again, and it looks like tomorrow's going to be a clone of today. As much as I normally despise the month of November, I'm very thankful we haven't had any snow accumul … continue reading

Ornamental Grass

Ornamental Grass
Having not watched our weather forecast, it came as a surprise when seeing the rain arrive in buckets. Of course I got myself fully drenched by the time my three showings were over, but I guess that's … continue reading

A Landscaper’s Eye-Candy

A Landscaper’s Eye-Candy
Another blistering day came and went, and as each one passes without rain, we'll be finding our green spaces turning to amber. After reading a forwarded email from a client today which came from one o … continue reading