Winter Daze

Winter Daze

Winter Daze In the 1975 edition of Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary, the word ‘daze’ is defined as “1: to stupefy esp. by a blow: stun 2: to dazzle with light” and the word ‘dazzle’ as “1: to overpower with light 2: to impress deeply or confound with brilliance...
Winter Silence

Winter Silence

Winter Silence The map told me the next exit would get me off the interstate highway onto a secondary road that could lead me to my destination; so I took it. At the end of the off ramp I came to a stop and breathed a sigh of relief. Every lane on the interstate was a...
January Joy

January Joy

January Joy I took a late afternoon walk the other day after spending all morning and most of the afternoon  in the warmth of my home. The temperature outside was thirty degrees and there were no other folks outdoors in the fields I walked. The wild Canada geese were...
Everyday Epiphanies

Everyday Epiphanies

Everyday Epiphanies The sun shone as the wind blew on a cold Winter day in January, the day of Epiphany after the twelve days of Christmas. My grandson and I stood on the shore of a small lake in Colorado watching thousands of wild geese fly in and out of the...
January Mysteries

January Mysteries

January Mysteries As I sit here at the computer on this cold winter day in January, I’m pondering the cloak of Winter and the miracles it hides. In a few short months the waiting seeds will sprout, the grass will awaken and grow, the tree limbs will miraculously bud...