Blooming in the Hurricane

Blooming in the Hurricane

In 1900, a hurricane hit Galveston Texas, wiping out one-sixth of the entire population. Because of that, the city built a sea wall in case it ever happened again. Well, it was a good idea because in 2000 another hurricane struck the town, but after each one, everything grew back. All the plants, trees, and even most of the population. [more]

Running into God

Running into God

As I walked down the aisle, I spotted my friend in the checkout lane. When I started to walk over she saw me. We exchanged greetings and talked. I did not even know she was in town. Apparently, she was attending a conference I was also going to the next day. [more]

Blinded

Blinded

“Mind if we turn on some music?” As I hit the button to turn on a radio station, a car coming in my direction shone it’s light directly into my eyes and temporarily blinded me. I moved over a little bit to try not to hit anything before my vision came back and I was able to see the road in front of me. [more]

Uncaged

Uncaged

“Opening the cage door was not as easy as Max had hoped. Max leaped against the kennel’s gate, his body hitting the chain link with a loud clang… the next effort was going to have to count. Tensing his hind legs, Max leaped. His paws hit the chain link. The gate rattled. He bent his front paws, straining to hold himself up while his hind feet scrabbled against the concrete. Eyes wide, he forced his snout between the door and the pole. It was a tight fit, the cool metal pressing against his gums as he opened his mouth wide. [more]

Flooded with God’s Love

Flooded with God’s Love

“Flash flood warnings. This will affect rural areas. Stay off of highway I-16 for it could get rain over 5 inches above the ground. Stay inside your homes until the siren turns on again. Tornado warnings for Denton county. Rain will pick up at 8 o’clock tonight. Be on alert for lightning. Keep all pets inside…” [more]

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