I am welcoming the growing measure of daylight that is so infinitesimally small as to be easily overlooked if we don’t watch for it.
It's almost the end of February and we here in Ohio still have to deal with the wintry month of March. St. Patrick's day is
infamous for bringing us heavy snowstorms. But March snows are often much different from January and February in that
although they may bring a lot of snow, that snow usually melts off fast and doesn't stay around as long. The hardness of winter is
As the days lengthen and we prepare for Easter, don't forget to look for life’s other daylight – those little reasons to harbor hope and joy in your heart in the face of wintry gloom . They too, can also be overlooked if we don’t keep an eye out for them. Keep your eyes open and look around you. Grab your joys wherever you find them, and whatever size they come in.