wind and waves

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Yesterday, Karl and I enjoyed a nice meal at Sheboygan’s Family Restaurant.  We both noticed the wind in the treetops, and then in the fields of corn as we drove home.  The wind creates waves similar in form to what we see on Lake Michigan.

We also went to Bethesda Thrift Store.  I found two old-fashioned devotional books, similar to what I hope to create some day.  Karl found some gifts for a friend.

Hope you have a nice weekend, Ellen

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13 thoughts on “wind and waves

      1. Oooh, a Christmas plate–can you tell us about it, or show a picture? My weekend is already blessed–just heard a great, powerful message from Pastor John Gray (Lakewood Church, Houston, TX)!

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  1. Dividing our time between Kansas and Colorado–both land-locked states–I agree that the wind blowing the corn, and the huge fields of wheat, too, feels like the grand waves of Lake Michigan we enjoyed while on vacations visiting friends. That was years ago, so I appreciate you reminding me.

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