In this tumultuous world and time of global Covid-19 uncertainty, our local Trumpeter Swan parents and their five signets provide a cathartic calm. Watching them has me reminiscing about my own children . . .
They were so cute when they were little
They grew up way too fast
They were considerably less obedient than the ‘Trump’ kids . . . but then . . . the feathers don’t fall too far from the nest 🙂
The Midnight Sun has begun to rapidly abandon its nighttime vigil, dipping below the horizon four minutes earlier with passing each day. This evening, as if in reluctant protest, it exited behind the mountains in a brilliant burst of defiant detonation, an epic portrait of Divine omnipotence!
The best is yet to come . . . “And then they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds with great power and glory.” – Mark 13:26
In our world of Covid-19 uncertainty and social turmoil nothing could restrain the calming celestial display that lit up the Land of the Midnight Sun’s heavens. Pray your 4th of July was a blessed one.
“The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display His craftsmanship.” – Psalm 19:1 + ^ Keep Looking Up