Frozen Fog

I’d wished the bedraggled flower stems would blow away.

Hours later in the morning light,

Frozen in fog they were breathtaking.

As I marveled I saw frozen breath swirling,

And imagined God laughing with me.

 

“His way is in the whirlwind and the storm, and clouds are the dust of his feet.” Nahum 1:3 (NIV)

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11 responses to “Frozen Fog

  1. Sounds like a fun stroll with the Lord. Yes, I think he enjoys showing off his magnificence sometimes. – I guess he does it a lot for those who care to see.

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  2. I love the imagery! Nice photos!

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  3. Love the image of God’s laughter as frozen fog, Roo. (P.S. Still not sure whether to call you Roo or Annie.)

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  4. Here in N. Texas, I get the chance to miss Winter. At this point, I go visit, experience, then leave for warm TX. Thank you for the post. Keep up the great work.

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    • Yeah, you and BabySis who works in North Richland Hills keep rubbing it in. Killeen, McKinney & Arlington were beautiful, but God still has work for me here. Feel the blessings and pray it forward from there!

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  5. My sister texted from Indiana–snow! Early maybe or not but winter has returned.

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