When Snow Melts

It is the brunt of February.  The once soft snow, is now rock hard. It clings to the curbs, refusing to melt. Fierce winds blow, piercing my face like a thousand needle pricks. Each second, I shiver, feeling colder and colder.

But inwardly, my heart is warm. As I walk through this storm, God is with me.

I can’t see Him clearly.  When I breathe out the cold air, condensation fogs up my glasses and my vision becomes hazy.

But He sees me.

And He knows.

I have much to be thankful for.

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Hello!

If you’re one of my old readers, welcome! I’m a bit saddened to retire my old blog (my faithful ol’ xanga). I made many friends there and received so much encouragement and support in my writing. But the time has come to transition to a new space, so here I am.

If you’re one of my new readers, nice to have you here!

I have tons of stories in my head, eager to be shared on this blog, so subscribe, bookmark, and look out for it. =)

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“What happens when snow melts?

It becomes spring.”

– Kana, in Takaya’s Fruits Basket 

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One thought on “When Snow Melts

  1. Your entry reminds me of this quote that I love:

    “In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer. And that makes me happy. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there’s something stronger – something better, pushing right back.” – Albert Camus

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