|The snow geese actually had some snow this week!|
(Our southern neighbors had much more snow
than we did this past winter.)
|As my husband and I were taking our little drive, |
we almost missed the peacocks, ...
|...because we were looking for birds on the ground,|
like these mourning doves, ...
|...and were not looking high up in the trees!|
The peacocks seemed to be trying to get as far from
the snow covered ground as possible.
|This kingfisher - I think that's what it is - flew away|
before I could get a good shot of him in the sitting position.
|A neighbor's cactus poking up through the snow also caught my attention.|
|But our little dog, Jack, seemed untouched by the snow,|
and snoozed in his favorite look-out on the back of the couch.
|Job 37:6 says,|
"He (God) directs the snow to fall on the earth and tells the rain to pour down."
and Psalm 147:16 says,
"He (God) spreads the snow like wool and scatters the frost like ashes."
But I am most thankful that not only does God make the snow,
He also makes me white as the snow!
"Though your sins are like scarlet,
they shall be as white as snow."
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