When we look up and see clouds we witness part of a profound, simple, yet intricate aspect of the climate… the movement of water around the earth. When we humans want to move water, we need pipes and pumps, hoses, valves, tanks, electricity, faucets, and the like. We make complicated networks to get water to … More Climate Series No. 4 – Clouds
This post: Dec. 5 – Dec. 17 // For all posts CLICK HERE It’s hard to believe we’ve hit the milestone of 7 weeks! We entered the hospital about 8 weeks ago and within the first week, on October 29, we were having the difficult conversation with AJ that he was likely nearing the end … More Trooping… Celebrating 7 WEEKS!
Listen. Can you hear it? That noise outside… a powerful wind! A few days ago a powerful wind storm blew through our area in Southern Ontario. Winds topping 100 km/h knocked down trees and cut off power for many people. Trees were uprooted and snapped like twigs, hydro wires damaged, and cars crushed like tin cans. And … More Climate Series No. 3 – Wind
Before we get too far in the discussion on climate it is good to understand two key factors. Number one, the origin of the earth and its inhabitants. Genesis 1 says, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” That’s the beginning of the universe and this world. God spoke everything into existence, … More Climate Series No. 2 – Origins
This post: Nov. 21 – Dec. 4 // For all posts CLICK HERE Wow! It’s been about half a month since I wrote and over a full month since AJ has been in the hospital. AJ was admitted on October 23 and is now well on his way towards 7 weeks (a special date in … More AJ… Trooping towards Home