The origins of Groundhog Day – Every year on February 2nd, people anxiously await the appearance of a medium-sized furry mammal who they believe can predict if winter weather will rage on or if spring will arrive sooner than later. #GroundhogDay #GroundHog
Who are are you going to rely on for the weather? An animal such as a groundhog? a horse? another type of animal? man? or God? I make a brief post here on weather and who to rely on. (Groundhog Day) #GroundhogDay #Groundhog
Wiper Blades Up! Want to help preserve those wiper blades during the winter times of snow, freezing rain and slush. When you have your car parked raise your wiper blades up and away from the window. If they are up on the window, they can stand a chance of freezing to the window, especially when freezing rain comes and causes slush and freezes that slush. #WiperBlades
We’re not in the same boat, We’re in the same storm – a lot of people are saying we are all in the same boat with the pandemic going on. I heard on the radio they said, that were are not all in the same boat, just the same storm.
Prayers for Williamsburg, KY, and other flooded areas. Recent rains have caused flooding in places including Williamsburg, KY. Even the University of the Cumberlands flooded.
The Weather Today, Without Weather-Related Words – I am doing another creative writing prompt. In this writing prompt, I had to describe the weather I see outside the window without using weather-related words. Oh! I have to use six words too! @tablo_prompts
Know the storm: Be prepared for hurricanes. Hurricanes are no laughing matter. Hurricanes are strong storms that can wreak havoc. Strong hurricane winds and rain can cause substantial damage, as can tidal surges that cause flooding to coastal areas. #Hurricanes
Heliotropism is a term referred to how sunflowers turn toward the sun. We as Christians should do the same thing when it comes to the Son. Son being the Son of God, Jesus Christ. Read this blog entry about Christian Heliotropism. #Heliotropism
How to use clouds to predict weather – Meteorologists rely on electronic equipment and their knowledge of weather patterns to provide forecasts each and every day. But weather can be unpredictable, and even the most reliable weather prognosticator can sometimes get it wrong.
The rainbow is a covenant from God, a beautiful gift that God gave us along with a covenant from God. I even share what others have told me the rainbow means to them. #Rainbow #God
Flooding facts – Staying safe during floods involves understanding floods. The following information, courtesy of the Emergency Management Institute, FEMA, Ready.gov, and National Geographic, can help men and women better understand floods and how to stay safe in flooding situations.
Tornado takes out Mississippi church, baptism still takes place the next day – A tornado destroyed the First Pentecostal Church in Columbus, MS. The tornado blew the walls and roof off the building. However, the church pews stayed in tact. No one was inside the church at the time of the tornado either.