Tag Archives: wind chill

Against the Bitter Cold

A double-digit below zero wind chill doesn’t remove duty and obligation… but certainly can affect the way we go about them! Continue reading

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A Glaring Sun on a Frozen Day

Sometimes the view of a thing is better than the experience… yet even on a frozen day a grateful heart can find its way to giving thanks. Continue reading

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A Great Weekend!

What do you call a man who drives through three hundred miles of winter storm to go to a football game when the wind chill is minus 17? “Blessed!!!” Continue reading

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A New Coat on a Cold Day

A young black man in a tattered jacket on a bitterly cold day turns a chance encounter into a deeper contemplation on kindness. Continue reading

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A Good Start to a Cold Day

Counting your blessings on numb fingers today? Good for you! Me, too. Continue reading

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Life Is Good

A bitter cold snap following warm weather on a long weekend in January could make a man reluctant to return to work… but there are still blessings to be counted. Continue reading

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A Pale Sun

It doesn’t take much wind
to put an ache in your hands
when the temperature lands
in the area of minus double-digits: Continue reading

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Dodging the Wind

I rather prefer a temperature of around seventy-eight or so, with a light breeze if I’m working outside and no breeze if I’m doing something important, like sitting in a lawn chair sipping a glass of sweet tea. Continue reading

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Cutting Edge

With the wind chill at minus four and a scattering of snow on the ground, I believe that I can say that January has finally found us here in the near corner of Kansas. Continue reading

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Headin’ South to Snow

My stepson, Jaylon, lives in Brookings, South Dakota, an area of some fame for its fine pheasant hunting and noted by its visitors during the winter months for its cold temperatures and vicious wind chills. Continue reading

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