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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