Tuesday, August 12, 2008

The Glory of God

The Heavens are telling of the glory of God;

And their expanse is declaring the work of His Hand. Ps. 19:1

On Saturday my daughter's family, my husband and I went to our first Colorado Rockies baseball game. We had such fun and although the Rockies lost the game it was wonderful to attend our new home teams field and watch. In fact they lost to the San Diego Padres and it was great to have Ben sit on my lap and I could point out what was happening. I also had Faith on my lap for the last ining and we got to cheer and yell and she had great fun wiggling around with nana. I am not a boisterous person but you take me to a sporting avent of any kind and I can holler with the best of them. My daughters have always known this and they just sit and laugh at me.

On the way home we were entertained by an incredible lightning storm from Denver up to Windsor. It was phenomenal to say the least and I loved it. I did worry about our dogs though who are terrified by the thunder.

We have been told that our weather this year has been unusual for Windsor but I think the entire country is having different weather. Each night the storm clouds roll in and we watch in awe at the lightning. I love it but truly feel for my dogs and other animals that are terrified by thunder.

What a glorious sky and world our Lord gave us to enjoy.
Enjoy your little spot of heaven today.


  1. Thank you for coming by my blog and leaving a comment. Seven grandchildren- that's wonderful! So is living in the same town. I do miss seeing my daughter, my son-in-law, and the grandchildren since they live so far away. I hope you have a great week!


  2. We need to research what the experts do about dogs during lightning storms - hiding under the bed is going to get old for them.


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