Sat 5 Dec 2009
This morning, I woke up early (on a Saturday) for a dress rehearsal for my Women’s Ensemble concert tomorrow. As I groggily looked out the window in my floor lounge, I saw the most beautiful sight of the year: our first snowfall had begun! I am almost twenty and I still get excited over snow as if I were in elementary school. I ran back into and woke up my roommate so we could gawk out our window together, then I texted my friends.rnSnow is a wonder. It’s a mystery. It will only fall IF it’s cold enough and IF it was going to rain anyway. once it’s falling, it only sticks IF the ground is cold enough. Once it does, it sparkles there in splendor. In Grantham, snow that sticks for more than a day or two is a rarity, so one must be transfixed by it as soon as he sees it for it may be gone.rnWhen finals stress me out, sometimes I forget to go out and search for the beauty and splendor of God. Thank you, God for sending this blessing to beautify Grantham and to catch my attention! Thank you, God for this beautiful time of the year and for the blessing of friends to share it with. Thank you, God for friends who are rooted in you and for your miracles and blessings!