Tuesday, February 12th, 2008 | Author:

So said Thomas Paine. Here in upstate New York, it’s been snowing for about an hour now. We’re supposed to get 5-10 inches before it ends tomorrow. North of here, in the Adirondack Mountains, they’re calling for 8-16 inches. I wouldn’t normally mind (except for the four-wheelers and snowmachines racing up and down the road. They’re seriously loud and annoying, not to mention illegal.)

But tonight I mind, because my dear hubbie is out driving. Today he was in Malone, which is well north of the Adirondacks. Currently, he is someplace in the middle of the Adirondacks, heading south of the Adirondacks, about a 4-hour trip under dry conditions. I don’t know just where he is, because there is little cell service in the mountains. I do know that driving on Route 30 through Tupper Lake and Blue Mountain Lake and Speculator in a snowstorm is not my idea of fun. Sitting home waiting for him to get here is not fun, either. Instead, I will look for peace. The Psalms is probably a good place to start.

In peace I will both lie down and sleep,
For Thou alone, O Lord,
dost make me to dwell in safety.
Psalms 4:8
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